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Version: 1.04

Released: May 24, 1997


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WebTester

WebTester is a handy site management tool, the primary purpose of which is to check your site for broken links. It will report both on missing files and on those which exist but aren't referenced. It can also check the validity of your external links. The script is fairly robust; in addition to following "straight" links, it will also parse and follow links in image maps, in text embedded via SSIs, and (optionally) in CGI-generated pages. It will let you know the effective "download" file size of your pages, and will provide estimates of how long they'll take to download at various connection speeds. Finally, it can create for you a simple "site map" showing, in outline format, all of your site's pages.

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This is an excellent script considering that it's free. It does everything you could expect and is relatively easy to install if you have some experience and Telnet access.

Posted by nightcats on Oct 03, 2002 Reply

Very useful script, but alas, not for those without telnet access. I sometimes had to use "nohup" as it took a while to run, but it pays to wait.

Posted by Pompadour on Sep 15, 2000 Reply

Nice idea, but would NOT work. It made empty reports no matter how much I tried.

Posted by R1CH on Dec 03, 1999 Reply

This is one handy script that checks your site for broken links and a bunch of other stuff. Easy to set up.

Posted by brucehamilton on Feb 02, 1999 Reply

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