We all know how browsers send HTTP requests to the servers to fetch the bits and bytes of the content when we enter an URL in the address bar and hit enter on the keyboard. And basically every time we request a webpage the HTML source code of that page is transferred to the browser and the browser in return makes many more HTTP requests every time it faces src attributes in the code. But it’s not that simple, is it? There are many more conditions and situations that determine how and when the reqests are made. Also this request policy may vary from browser to browser.

Here is a quite interesting game for you to checkout about this topic. Request Quest has 11 levels with multiple questions on each level for you to answer in Yes or No only. It’s quite fun and interesting. You’ll discover many browser specific actions that you might not have known earlier. So you think you know when browser makes the http requests? Find it out:

http://jakearchibald.github.io/request-quest/

Request Quest1