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W3C Broken Link Checker

W3C Link Checker

» Check for broken links on any website.

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C® ) was created in October 1994, and is the chief standards body for HTML. When a new HTML specification (which defines how Web pages should be displayed by Web browsers) is approved by W3C, it is assigned a unique document type definition (DTD) and is called a DOCTYPE. To ensure your Webpage complies with HTML standards, you need to validate (test) each page according to the specific rules that apply to the HTML standard used to create it.

Enter the address (URL) of a document that you would like to check:

Options:

Summary only
Hide redirects
Don't send Accept-Language headers.
Hide directory redirects
Check linked documents recursively (maximum: 150 documents; sleeping 3 seconds between each document)
Depth of the recursion: (-1 is the default and means unlimited)

 

W3C checklink Revision: 2.88 (c) 1999-2001 W3C
Written by Hugo Haas. Please send bug reports, suggestions and comments to the www-validator mailing list (archives).
Check out the documentation. Download the source code from the CVS log.


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