Glen just pointed out to me that, according to www.builtwith.com, my site, bennadel.com was built using ASP.NET. This is news to me, especially considering the only file extensions I ever use on my site are HTM and CFM.
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Unfortunately, it looks like they are getting that from the X-Powered-By line in the response header that is getting sent by the server. Shame ColdFusion doesn't inject a line like that into the response header.
Nice call; I would have never even thought to look at the response headers. I tried adding this line:
... but unforutnately, it won't overwrite the ASP.NET value, it will only add to it:
X-Powered-By: ASP.NET, ColdFusion MX7
I even tried using the GetPageContext() to set the header value, but it looks like the documentation is not quite accurate on the fact that it will overwrite it... oh well. At least now, it has ColdFusion MX7 in there.
Apparently this is a custom header that gets added to your IIS configuration when ASP.NET gets installed. Or at least that's what this page says: http://www.asp101.com/articles/wayne/pryingeyes/default.asp
There's some instructions on how to remove it half way down the page.
Your custom pictures are always great, but this one takes the cake - I love it. Thanks.
Ha ha, thanks :) It helps keep my day interesting.