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if the site has a file with extension ".aspx " i know its using technology for website development. What if the site extension is ".html"
Can a site developed with .net technology still show a file with ".html".

example: This is classic asp i guess This is .net
Updated 19-May-11 3:07am
Torontouser 20-May-11 8:45am    
Thank you all for your help :)

Most web servers return information about this in the response headers. Have a look at the links for more information and code examples how to retrieve it:
Web Server Information using .NET[^][^]

Good luck!
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yeah a site developer with .et can show a file with .html extension..please go to the following link[^]
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Yes, you can have a pure html page show you content generated by a aspx page. It's a whacky idea, but it can be done. Using url reqriting, you can even disguise an aspx page as a html page.
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 19-May-11 22:14pm    
Correct, a 5.

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