A while ago I run into a program which allowed to see a list of all the resources used by a site (images, icons, videos, files, scripts, anything).

You could see the folder structure and upon clicking the /images directory for example you were able to see all the images for the page.

I also recall to stumble upon something similar on a browser that had the capability to "show resources" or something of the sort.

So it could be a program or a browser (+extension?).

I have the worst memory. I can't recall what it was so I wonder if anyone here actually knows.

Thanks :)


Mozilla Firefox can be used for that.

Browse to a web page, then go to Tools - Page Info - Media. It allows you to download media found on websites.

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    YEEESSS !!! That was it thank you so much <3 :)
    – Ken Pino
    Oct 8 '14 at 17:33
  • Another way to reach this: click on the icon to the left of the address bar, then click on "More information …" (or similar wording).
    – unor
    Jan 30 '15 at 19:08

Chrome can also be used for this, open the developer tools (Ctrl + Shift + "I") and go to resources. If needed, tick the "preserve log" button and reload the page in order to make sure you get everything.

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