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    View your favorite websites as graphs!

    Lookie lookie!

    Not as boring as it sounds, I promise! It generates a graph based on the coding of a website. Here's the color key:


    What do the colors mean?
    blue: for links (the A tag)
    red: for tables (TABLE, TR and TD tags)
    green: for the DIV tag
    violet: for images (the IMG tag)
    yellow: for forms (FORM, INPUT, TEXTAREA, SELECT and OPTION tags)
    orange: for linebreaks and blockquotes (BR, P, and BLOCKQUOTE tags)
    black: the HTML tag, the root node
    gray: all other tags

    And here's CA forums for example (made my poor work Dell chug!):


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    coolness!

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    weeeee! my site looks kind of like an airport map!
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    indeed very cool.. i did a bunch of site, very interesting graphs i got.

    and just out of curiosity i did Myspace.. really not that impressive actually :l

    cool find - JAG
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    It's interesting... The sites I know have a ton of stuff on it (like Mullin's for example) come out as amazingly simple compared to Dave's website that looks like an airport map or, I thought, a complex living organism!
    Mine looks like a flower

    You guys should try Microsoft.com.
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    I did this thread and it looked pretty cool with a little yellow ball swinging about in it.


    edit: don't try cgtalk unless you have some serious processing power.
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    The sites I know have a ton of stuff on it (like Mullin's for example) come out as amazingly simple compared to Dave's website that looks like an airport map or, I thought, a complex living organism!
    I'm going to assume that it has something to do with me being a web design simpleton and probably built my site in a highly inefficient manner (though it made sense to me). Also, I don't think that we're seeing the whole site, just the page that you entered. Alot of artist pages use a splash image with a link as their main page, which will be pretty sparse on code.
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    Quote Originally Posted by egerie View Post
    It's interesting... The sites I know have a ton of stuff on it (like Mullin's for example) come out as amazingly simple compared to Dave's website that looks like an airport map or, I thought, a complex living organism!
    Mine looks like a flower
    This is because the graphic doesn't represent the WHOLE site, just the page you point it too. In Mullin's website, the index is just a clickable image, so the graph represents just that. Dave, on the other hand, has a gallery built inside a table (all the red dots!) in his main page, so that's what makes most of the difference. If you try to point it to different pages of a same site the graph will be different, unless you're using frames. It doesn't show anything from external css either.

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    my site doesn't load at all. m'myspace page looked like this before I gave up waiting for it to finish loading.

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