you need
  • computer with internet access, browser extensions.
Modern browsers include tools for web developers, allowing to get some information about the requests sent to the post.If you want to see the headlines only a couple of requests, their use will be easier and faster than other methods.
If you are using Firefox, you can use its Web console.It displays the contents of the request headers and transmitted receiving cookies.To run it, open the browser menu, click the item "Web Development" and select "Web console".In the selection pane activate the "Network."Type in the name of the filter method - po
st.Depending on your objectives, click on the form of sending your query or refresh the page.The console displays a sent request.Click on it with the mouse to see the details.
Google Chrome is a powerful debugging tools.To use them, click on the icon with the image of a wrench, and then open the item "Configure and manage Google Chrome┬╗.Select "Tools" and then run the "Developer Tools".In the toolbar, select the Network tab and send your request.Find your query in the list and click on it to learn the details.
The Opera browser has built-in developer tools Opera Dragonfly.To run them, click the right mouse button on the desired page, and select the menu item "inspect element".Click on the tab "Network" of tools for developers and submit your query.Find it in the list and open to learn the titles and server responses.
Internet Explorer 9 contains a set called "Developer Tools F12┬╗, providing details on the execution of the request.They started by pressing F12 or by menu "Service", containing the appropriate option.To see the request, click the "Network".Find a given query in the summary, and by double-click open the details.
of Chrome and Internet Explorer 9 include built-in tools that allow to study the request sent by post to all the details.For complete information, use of, or Firefox plugin installed with Firebug.It is very convenient for frequent queries the study, for example, for debugging sites.
If you want to see the request sent by the browser does not, and any other program, use HTTP-debugger Fiddler.He works as a proxy and intercepts requests of any program, and provides very detailed information on their titles and content.