A dead link on a website is a lot more than a 404 error page or a blank square instead of an image. — That’s a ruined user experience, depreciated search engine rate and, in the long run, less profit received than was expected. But is the damage worth the problem? What does it take to go through all of your website pages and check the integrity of the links you’ve got? — With Fast Link Checker, it’s a matter of just a few minutes of your time.
Simply enter the index page, and Fast Link Checker will go through your entire website, following the links published on the pages and build up a report, making notes of all pages it finds potentially problematic. By every error the program finds, it will put its position in the document and, what’s most handy, a description of the error, and a hint how that error can be fixed. Fast Link Checker can verify links to Web documents, images and other files and automatically ignores unnecessary Gopher, News and mailto: links. The multithreaded page download and link verification implemented in the software will speed up the inspection noticeably.
You can have it check an entire website, a single page or all pages within a specified search depth. Source documents can be retrieved via the regular and secure Web protocols, FTP or FILE protocols. The program can access them directly or through HTTP, HTTPS and SOCKS proxy servers, if you are behind a firewall.
With such tool at your fingertips, you can’t afford letting broken links to ruin your reputation and bring down your rating with search engines, alongside with your traffic and money.
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