24149RE: RE: Link Checker
- Nov 5, 2013
This looks most promising. What is the product of the clip? Is there a list of dead links available to the clip; perhaps on the clipboard?
---In email@example.com, <mycroftj@...> wrote:
Have you looked at AM-Deadlink? http://www.aignes.com/deadlink.htm
I even have a little clip that might only work with an html file.
I don't use this much.
Check Links in current HTML doc
^!Continue This will check the HTML links in current HTML document using AM-Deadlink
^!"C:\Program Files (x86)\AM-DeadLink\deadlink.exe" /file="^##" /check /exitJoy
---In firstname.lastname@example.org, <barlennan@...> wrote:
On Sunday, November 3, 2013, 8:07:41 PM, nullclip@... wrote:
nyc> I have a file that lists several thousand URLs. For example:
nyc> I want to check them to find all broken links (404 etc.).
nyc> I do not know of any free or paid software that will check a list
nyc> of URLs in a file.
I use a bookmark manager, the excellent LinkStash,
http://www.xrayz.co.uk/linkstash/ (payware, $24.95). It has a "Dead
link check" feature and can import lists of URLs.
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