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I wrote Master Snooper in 1999. It's done its job so well that I've never
felt the urge to upgrade it.
You're undoubtedly aware of the fact that some browsers display only some
of the source code used to render pages. Some browsers won't display non-HTML
as examples. And, you can never get a browser to reveal the source code of
a frameset page.
Master Snooper was created to answer "I wonder how they did that" questions.
There's no charge for the software. Use it at our site or download and install
it on yours. See
There are three types of places Master Snooper can't snoop.
First, the destination must be an http://... URL.
Second, the destination may not require a password.
Third, if the destination server allows only certain types of browsers, Master
Snooper can't get in the door.
Note that Master Snooper was created to see how things are done. It was most
emphatically not created to steal content or copyrighted works.
How To Use It
When you suspect your browser isn't giving you the whole scoop, give the
URL to Master Snooper.
to use CSS formatting directives, and doesn't follow frameset rules. Therein
lies its power.
When you give a URL to Master Snooper, you get exactly what's there
no more, no less.
If the URL is to a frameset page, you get the source code. You can see exactly
how they created the frames you see in a regular browser.
If the web page uses external files, you can get the external file URLs from
the source code and put those into Master Snooper also. For example, if you're
interested in a certain effect that's created with CSS but the CSS code is
in an external file, Master Snooper can fetch it for you.
If the URL to the external file is a relative URL, paste the two portions
together: (1) The URL of the page you gave to Master Snooper plus (2) the
relative URL found in the source code. Then give the resulting URL to Master
In that way, you can view the contents of every file the web page uses.
Let's take our own CGI Information Resources web page as an example. It's
When you give the
URL of the CSS file to Master Snooper, you can see exactly what style definitions
are used on the CGI Information Resources page.
Resources page to display the content.
If external files import other external files, simply use the same idea and
give the URLs found there to Master Snooper.
There is a lot to learn out there. People are constantly coming up with new
ways of doing things.
Master Snooper makes it feasible to see how things are done.
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