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    Moderator bibby's Avatar
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    Linkscan
    It has been recommended that I utilize Linkscan for my websites, to be notified of broken links.

    Has anyone had any experience with Linkscan?

    Can you let me know both the pros and cons of Linkscan.

    Anthony.

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    I have no experience with linkscan.

    But unless your time is extremely valuable and/or you need "industrial-strength link checking" you might start with an open source solution such as: http://linkchecker.sourceforge.net/ or any other the others under the Other link checkers link at that url. The basic concept of checking for deadlinks seems relative simple so I'd think the opensource folks could solve it fairly good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iolaire
    I have no experience with linkscan.

    But unless your time is extremely valuable and/or you need "industrial-strength link checking" you might start with an open source solution such as: http://linkchecker.sourceforge.net/ or any other the others under the Other link checkers link at that url. The basic concept of checking for deadlinks seems relative simple so I'd think the opensource folks could solve it fairly good.
    Thanks for the tip.

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