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#267858 14-Feb-2020 14:59
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Would someone mind identifying what was used to create this ie php, html or one of the many others.

 

https://www.namecheck.com/search/?searchterm=goodtogo

 

I want to see if it is cheaper to extract the social name availability lookup section ,  and have it as a stand alone or a wordpress plugin. Or does one need to start from scratch.

 

This will require me knowing what type of person to ask for on upwork going forward

 

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  #2421057 14-Feb-2020 15:06
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Wappalyzer suggests PHP

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  #2421099 14-Feb-2020 16:01
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There's no way of knowing for sure. It could be generated by PHP or Java or node.js or C or COBOL. It's certainly not generated by HTML, just because HTML is the language used to describe the layout of web pages, not to generate them.

 

You can't possibly see the source code used to generate the page, so you will have to write it from scratch. But there may be some open source code around that does what you want, or something close to it. Or you could write a front-end that calls that page behind the scenes, and returns just the bits you want to the user.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  #2421103 14-Feb-2020 16:05
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sampler: Wappalyzer suggests PHP

 

 

 

Probably based on the PHPSESSID cookie, don't think that's 100% definitive though but probably good enough...




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  #2421110 14-Feb-2020 16:29
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Thanks guys obviously a lot harder/expensive than i thought.





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  #2421116 14-Feb-2020 16:33
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The website is loading JSON(which contains the data) from their servers and rendering it with javascript the back end will then pull the status from the social networks API's.

 

You would need to roll your own solution even if you can just use the same API they are highly unlikely to be happy about it seeing as you would be using up their API quota(which they may have to pay for) for the social networks they grab the data from.





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  #2421256 15-Feb-2020 00:46
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geocom:

 

The website is loading JSON(which contains the data) from their servers and rendering it with javascript the back end will then pull the status from the social networks API's.

 

You would need to roll your own solution even if you can just use the same API they are highly unlikely to be happy about it seeing as you would be using up their API quota(which they may have to pay for) for the social networks they grab the data from.

 

 

Thanks for the reply. As a non programmer , but a retired marketer I look at what I want to get to. In this case I have this http://name.checkitout.nz from a plugin that looks up if a name is available on NZ domains. That was fairly easy. There is as i say a plugin and a line of "code" from direct domains that achieves the rest nice an simple .

 

Now all i want is the same ability in social media FB Twit Pin Insta YT.

 

Sounds dead easy to someone who has no idea whats involved LOL 

 

 





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  #2422159 17-Feb-2020 08:35
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gnfb:

 

Sounds dead easy to someone who has no idea whats involved LOL 

 

 

That's usually the case. I once had someone ring me up and ask me to build them a new website. "Sure," I said, "what are you looking for?" "You know amazon.com? I want a site to work like that. I can't pay for it right now but as soon as the money starts rolling in then I'll pay you".


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