SITE REVIEW: Website Dead Link Checker - Check Broken Links

  • lajocar
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hey guys,

Added last night a broken link checker tool to my website

Try it out here http://www.how-2-make-a-website.com/broken-link-checker/index.php

Any review will be appreciated

Thanks
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  • comicracy
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Thats a good idea, but when I typed in my website, it gave me a bunch of links without the prefix to my website, for example I typed in http://www.comicracy.com and it said that i had 6 dead links, but they were only http:// (then the final part of the link, there was no http://www.comicracy.com in front of any of them? Probably its something messed up with my site but who knows.
  • CStrauss
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hmmm not bad idea, but don't think its 100% accurate yet. I ran my site through and came back with 1 dead - no response link which was my css style sheet.
  • lajocar
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I'm glad you guys like the tool. It is fairly accurate.

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  • daremedy
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This is a really old idea and there are open source scripts for it. Besides that, are you looking for a website review or feedback on your application? Because design wise, that page sucks. Application wise, the restrictions on the url parameter (having to type http:// everytime) would make me close this application before I even used it. The results arent even very user friendly... 200 - OK (1).... whats that supposed to mean to me? 0 for 2 my friend.
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daremedy wrote:
. Application wise, the restrictions on the url parameter (having to type http:// everytime) would make me close this application before I even used it.


lol, fixed http:// to automatically appear. Try it again

Also made it look better :)

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