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Do you have any idea about Link Checker ? Which software can I use for it?
Please tell me where to download it and use it?
Do you have any idea about free link checker?
Free Link Checker ,which can check the validity of hyperlink on a website..
Which is accessible from one particular url ..
 
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Further to above query,I would like to ellaborate the problem.I want to check the availability/connection of links in a screen.How do I proceed it?
Can I do it programatically,if so please send me the code for it..
I need your help urgently,....
We want to check availability of all the URLs in http://www.abcd.com from
offshore, as some of the URLs point to different hosts which are not accessible.
This is required to check the connectivity of internet sites - 1st level - all
the levels within any page in the hierarchy.
Do you have any idea ,how do I proceed it..?Please send me reply as fast as
possible ,as I needed the solution urgently
 
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from ur query, i could make out that ur testing an application.Are u doing automated testing?.u can better put this query in qaforums.com.
 
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Try Linklint - fast html link checker
 
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"SaSaS", unfortunately your display name does not comply with our naming policy so I'll have to ask you to change it.
Thanks.
 
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