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    What type of file extension is this webpage?

    http://jpscolor.com/index.iml?mdl=home.mdl

    Can anyone tell me about these .iml and .mdl files?

    Thanks very much.
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    .mdl
    .iml

    (and Google for you as well).

    Of course these might be completely irrelevant, as the server may be configured to use those extensions with standard file types like ASP, PHP or HTML.

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    I don't recognize the extension offhand. It might be something they made up. There's not necessarily any connection between URLs and the corresponding files or their contents.

    Looks like this is one of many printing sites reselling or otherwise affiliated with a single company. They all have the same URLs, same navigation, same services.

    Quote Originally Posted by Buddy Bradley
    .mdl
    .iml

    (and Google for you as well).
    This doesn't help him at all. Those pages, and Google, don't give any information about those extensions related to web development. These webpages are not Quake map files.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Grossman
    This doesn't help him at all. Those pages, and Google, don't give any information about those extensions related to web development. These webpages are not Quake map files.
    From which we can conclude that the point that we both made about servers obfuscating file types with made-up extensions is the most likely answer.


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