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Posted on 02-11-08 10:35
sorry the titles not worded too good but i didn't quite know how to say it. When i load a website down the bottom where it now says done, it goes through all different URL's, is there a way to view a history of these URL's or pause it on a specific one so i can see what it says.

PS its not found in windows history.
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Posted on 02-11-08 13:19
Those URLs are images (and possibly embedded objects) that are being loaded. They're not being navigated to, so they won't show up in History. Just grab the DownThemAll extension for Firefox and use it to find all of the image URLs on the page. You can just check the source for the object tags, if you're interested in those.


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Posted on 02-11-08 15:07
Or use LiveHTTPHeaders to view all requests Firefox makes.


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Posted on 02-11-08 22:26
The "Tamper Data" firefox extension does this too and will even allow you to change data sent. I mostly use it to toy with requests and get things back I want that I didnt save and the site is malfunctioning.