Oh man I FEEL this, I'm so tired of having little pieces of web Stuff to learn without a single idea of how it interacts in a larger sense. It means I've made pretty much nothing so far, I want to know how to make a full Thing first!
Yeah exactly! Full stack override!
What about web tools, traffic loggers, etc. Do they count? What about those plus, say tools like ahrefs.com, archive.org, Google trends?
Can you clarify what you're looking for here?
Thanks Ben for responding!
It was more of a thought, less so of a goal, and the things you've mentioned are exactly what helps us to throw light on everything that behind the page. I think my thoughts are not coherent on this, and I'm sorry for that.
More frankly, I was kind of split between the following things:
In a very naive sense, how can a browser/or no browser tell you what's happening (without using any tool etc.) and show you things behind the scenes while they happen for an average Joe, in case they'd like to know.
I think I'm having the following feeling writing this: However Thank you so much again for responding! :)
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