When i view the source code of some sites out there, i notice that if i look at my Windows task bar. The tab for the source code says something along the lines of: "Source Code of: wysiwyg://139/http://web address"
Does this mean that the code for that site was created using a WYSIWYG like Frontpage???
I've wondered about that myself, because I've even seen it on more popular sites like Netscape! I always thought it was just the browser reading where to get the sourcecode from...not that it was made by any particular editor. Anyone know?
Are you using Frontpage or Frontpage Express to view the source??? When I view the source code of a page it is loaded into Textpad and I see "file:///c:\windows\temporary internet files\idlkj39j\filename"
It has to do with Netscape's caching scheme then. Netscape doesn't save files by name in its cache. It renames them and adds a key in a cache FAT table that is proprietary to Netscape. It probably has to do with how Communicator's Editor Module will find the file in question and then the Netscape appointed file name.