dead link checker

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Dead Link Checker - key features

Dead Link Checker has three modes of operation:

Dead Link Checker can detect the following types of dead or broken links:

When a dead link is detected and reported, there will generally be some text associated with it to help you locate the broken link in your HTML source code. If the link was from an HTML anchor (A) tag, the text will be the contents of the tag, i.e. the clickable text that appears in the browser.

If the broken link was the result of a redirection (301, 302, etc.) then the description includes the link that was redirected. If more than one redirection occurred, then each step is listed.

If the link came from some other tag, such as the 'src' field of an image (img) tag, then the description will include the type of tag that contained the link.

Other HTML elements which are scanned for bad URL links include:

In addition, Dead Link Checker verifies URLs specified using the url() field in external CSS files, inline "style=" tags, and within HTML <style> elements.



Multi Check enables you to run Dead Link Checker through multiple websites in one go. The report is then emailed to you automatically.


Our most popular service is Auto Check, which runs Dead Link Checker through your website(s) on a regular basis and emails the reports to you automatically.