Alternatively, just create the pages so that people who have disabled JS
or plugins have an alternative, e.g. by using <NOSCRIPT> and <NOAPPLET>.
On Wed, 04 Jun 2008 04:17:20 -0000, oteotd wrote:
>Thanks for the reply, I will read the whats new and see if I need to
>update or not. I have been happy with the version that I have. I
>have even figured out a way to check my links that are in Java
>Script without a lot of trouble. It is not perfect but will tell me
>if something is missing from my site.
>Here is my work around if you are interested in posting it somewhere
>for others to read that is ok with me.
>What I do is create a page I call a diagnostic page. I then place a
>text link on that page to every item that is not available from my
>text or image links. For example I use a java menu. I also have a
>site map on my website to every page of the site. However the site
>map don't point to things such as the js files required for the menu
>and rollover images for the menu.
>So I place the links to those things in my diagnostic page and then
>link to the diagnostic page with a small background color matching
>image on my site map, if someone finds the link no big deal. Or I
>simply have the home page link on my diagnostic page and start my
>link checking from there.
>This will at least tell me if one of my images or js files is
>missing. In my diagnostic page I set it with a robots txt line for
>noindex nofollow and since Xenu does not honor robots txt it follows
>it anyway where most web serach bots won't.
>Have a good day.
>--- In email@example.com, Tilman Hausherr <tilman@...>
>> On Tue, 03 Jun 2008 12:15:50 -0000, oteotd wrote:
>> >I have been using Xenu for some time.
>> >I am a person that does not just update to a newer version of a
>> >program just because it is available.
>> >Sometimes the newer versions add too much or take away something
>> >used so I have to go back to the older version.
>> >That said I currently use Xenu 1.2e. Today I downloaded the
>> >to find out it supplied as an installer instead of a zip file
>> >you can just place the program where you want.
>> Same can be done with the installer. You can install Xenu wherever
>> want. Many people asked for an installer, claimed that the old
>> was unprofessional, etc.
>> >There is no What's new file inside the zip file. I am guessing
>> >can not see that until after the install. I would like to see a
>> >of this file before I decide to install the newest version of the
>> It is in the mailing list:
>> But yes, I should add the whatsnew.txt file to the ZIP file.
>> >It would be great if that file was included in the zip file or if
>> >there were two downloads availale one in manual install format
>> >one with a setup file.
>> >If anyone can point me to a place I can read the What's new file
>> >that would be great.
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