Before you even look at the content of a web page, looking at the web page itself can give you hints about the source and the quality of the page.Look at the URL
Every web page has
a unique web address, or URL (Uniform Resource Locator).
Below is a short URL broken into three main parts the
server name, the directory name, and the file name.
Knowing who hosts a web site can give you an idea about who created the web site and the intent of the web site. Look at the last three letters in the server name. There are six common domains .com, .edu, .org, .gov, .net, or .mil. These letters can give you an idea about who hosts the web site, and for what purpose the site was created.