License: GNU GPL
Date Published: 0000-00-00
RLC is a useful tool that performs reciprocal links checking automatically. Simply tell it where the remote web pages you wish to monitor are and the URL of your links. It will then crawl the remote web pages and feedback to you the latest status (found, link not found or page not found/network error). You may activate the checking as needed or setup crontab to carry out the checking once a week or so.
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A link-checker checks the validity of all HTML links on a Web site. Most can start at one or more "seed" HTML files, and recursively test all URLs found at that site ("recursively" means when it finds an HTML file, it searches that for links, and so on). This program doesn't follow URLs at other sites, but it does check their existence.
Ever need to go through a huge list of urls and filter out the dead links? Most webmasters do from time to time. Link sorter allows you to upload a simple ASCII one per line file of urls and run the script from telnet. The script goes through the list and sorts the urls into numerous lists of good urls, dead sites, redirects, etc.
The function of this script is to allow the verification of the links, classifieds etc. from a web page. From the web page you can make changes to the requests, verify them, or choose not to add them at all.
lvrfy is a script that verifies all the internal links in HTML pages on your server. Its operation is rather simple: it starts with one page, parses all the links (including inline images), and then recursively checks all the links.