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how do you split a single web page request into the sperate http requests it makes?

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Looking to check which files are downloaded when a request is made to download a single website page.

Is there an easy way to do it using .net c#

Or do I have download the html page and trawl through looking for files it downloads within the page source that is provided for the entire page.
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Until you download the html page, you don't know what other files are needed for that page.  The links for the images, javascript, and CSS are all contained in the HTML code for the page.  You have to download it and read it to get the other links.
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Thank you
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You're welcome.
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