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UI Application for checking websites and HTML documents for broken links - linkchecker

It's easy to do a manual check for broken link for a small sites but it's not possible for carrying out the same manual tasks when you sites contains 1000's web pages and these pages keep's on getting added or deleted at the same time, for this you need some sort of automation tool which can do the same job for you in very effective and smart way, With LinkChecker, you can check HTML documents and Web sites for broken links.Linkchecker also provides a graphical interface "linkchecker-gui" to check links of websites and HTML documents.

linkchecker Features:
  * Recursive and multithreaded checking
  * Output in colored or normal text, HTML, SQL, CSV, XML or a sitemap graph in different formats
  * HTTP/1.1, HTTPS, FTP, mailto:, news:, nntp:, Telnet and local file links support
  * Restriction of link checking with regular expression filters for URLs
  * Proxy support
  * Username/password authorization for HTTP and FTP and Telnet
  * Honors robots.txt exclusion protocol
  * Cookie support
  * HTML and CSS syntax check
  * Antivirus check
  * Different interfaces: command line, GUI and web interface

Basic linkchecker usage
To check a URL like it is enough to execute following command from your terminal ...
$ linkchecker
This will check the complete domain of recursively. All links pointing outside of the domain are also checked for validity.

You can also perform the same action using LinkChecker UI, go to terminal and type command:
$ linkchecker-gui
This will start the linkchecker GUI application ...


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