Web URL monitor

Every Web page consists of a skeleton HTML-coded file, which defines page elements such as borders, frames, and other embedded objects (such as images, applets, and tables). When a browser downloads the page, it also downloads those objects, which can be internal (reside on the same computer) or external (on some other sites; for example, an advertisement in CNN.com might originate from e-Trade's Web server).

Infrastructure Management Web URL monitor opens and examines Web pages, looking for specified parameters (including objects, links, content positive, and content negative match). It records performance data and other information for the URL, providing exact insight into each object.

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