Often it happens that while browsing some website we keep diving into design and programming ideas for our own websites, A train of thoughts run into our thought process sending signals that with a little customization we can make the same stuff look good on our own website as well. For this to happen in reality, all we need to know is which scripts, files and style sheets has the designer of the particular website made use of.
All the information that we access on the web and displayed on the browser is locally stored in the cache memory of your computer and can be accessed directly through your browser. In case of Mozilla Firefox, type about:cache in the address bar and hit the Enter key to access information stored in browser cache.
In order to get a more meaningful and useful information from the cache information displayed on the screen, click on the link “List Cache Entries”
Clicking on the link will display you the information about the file requested. It can either be in the form of a direct internet link or code from the cache.
Now all you need to do is, copy the code into an editor like Notepad++ and edit the same to suit your needs.
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