New Homepage: http://wummel.github.io/linkchecker/
- recursive and multithreaded checking and site crawling
- 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
- restrict link checking with regular expression filters for URLs
- proxy support
- username/password authorization for HTTP, FTP
checks links fine, but it needs teh option to not recurse into other domains, if you have a site that links to a different site which is full of links it is easy to get up to several thousand links ans crash the program
Excellent program. Works extremely well. Thank you.
This is very helpful for checking links. One suggestion. Add a command line option to stay within the current domain, and NOT check links to any other domains. Or simply add an example of how to use the --ignore-url option to accomplish the same thing.
This is great but it needs multiple proxy support! Can anyone please do this? I'm willing to pay/donate for it.
I'm sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but the Link Checker is neither "great", nor "fantastic". Issue 1 It keeps "warning" about tiny differences like h t t p ://w w w.o u r s i t e.com vs h t t p://o u r s i t e .com, even when there are no h t t p://o u r s i t e.com links anywhere in our web site. Issue 2 It keeps "warning" about being unable to check out Adsense scripts, because our robots.txt file supposedly restricts it, even when our robots.t x t file is blank. Issue 3 It keeps "warning" about being unable to check out Google custom search scripts, because our robots.t x t file allegedly poses restrictions, even when our robots.t x t file is blank. Issue 4 It keeps ignoring ALL broken links if they're in the form of "h t t p://w w w. o u r s i t e.com/this-is-one-broken-link.h t m l#apple". Issue 5 It keeps ignoring ALL broken links, if they're in the form of <option value="h t t p://w w w.o u r s i t e.com/this-is-one-broken-link.h t m l">This is one link</option> The price is certainly right. And, at this price, the Link Checker is not a bad product. However, it gives you a FALSE sense of security you do not need.