• This is a cool software. I will give it a try on my website, and see how it performs.

  • @Ishan

    Glad you like it. :)

    btw my anti-spam filters are really unhappy about excessive linking in comments. Please behave.

  • “Excessive Linking”
    I don’t agree. That was the first and only link that I had put in comments.

  • @Ishan

    29% of spam comments link to same site in author field and comment content. Less than 1% of legit comments do.

    For home page link there is whole separate field in form. What’s the point in repeating it? :)

  • Completely agree to this statistic – have seen a lot of this in my website too.

  • […] Rarst reviewed the program AnalogX LinkExaminer yesterday which can verify all or only some of the links that are present on a domain. It starts by entering the main domain name or starting path. Several inclusion and exclusion filters are available to include or exclude links and parts of the website. It is for example possible to exclude external links completely or prevent that links with a certain phrase (e.g. tag or archive) are analysed by the software program. It is furthermore possible to use nofollow and robots.txt information. […]

  • Donace

    Sweet I’ve been using a web based app to do this; whill give this a whirl as well.

  • @Donace

    I mostly stick with Google Webmasters tools – they do catch newish broken links. But for full site scan nothing beats software spider like this one.

  • Shoffy

    One thing I noticed on .Net site is the __EVENTVALIDATION and __VIEWSTATE information is being appended to URLs.

    Is there a way to stop this from happening?

  • @Shoffy

    You mean when spidering with this app? I have no idea, would be better to address that question to developer.

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