Not sure how to explain this one

Discussion in 'Application Software' started by Tom HF, Jan 17, 2009.

  1. Tom HF

    Tom HF MDL Novice

    Jan 17, 2009
    Chaps, I require software that records and displays information of what my web browser is doing (not for spying purposes). Normally, when I roll the mouse cursor over a hyperlink, the destination appears in the status bar. But that is not always the case where java script is concerned. Some objects display no information at all. I need a utility that lists or displays all outgoing URL information, before or after I have clicked on a hyperlink, if that makes any sense?
  2. HMonk

    HMonk MDL Addicted

    Nov 3, 2008
    What browser?

    Your post makes sense - unless when you say "record" you are looking for a key-logger-type prog that keeps a record of the hyperlinks. Never heard of such a thing.

    I use FF/NoScript and it always displays the URL in the status bar that hyperlinks point to whether scripts are blocked or not. Ditto IE, but I do not use IE very much so I cannot say that it is as reliable as FF.

    First off, what browser/addons (if any) are you using? Secondly, could you post a URL that does not report in your status bar?

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