Re: Link Checkers

BELL Scott A (bell_scott_a@oslmac.osl.or.gov)
13 Apr 1995 16:01:24 U


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Date: 13 Apr 1995 16:01:24 U
From: "BELL Scott A" <bell_scott_a@oslmac.osl.or.gov>
Subject: RE: Link Checkers
To: "Multiple recipients of list" <www-html@www10.w3.org>,

Yes - there was one( name unknown/exact URL unknown ) at EIT's site.
Email Jay Weber at weber@eit.com for his http address.

Scott
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From: v015384@procyon.stortek.com on Apr 13, 1995 3:28 PM
Subject: Link Checkers
To: Multiple recipients of list

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Looking through the archives, I haven't seen anything on this yet.

Does anyone know, or is there any info on any methods/scripts/etc to
where
I can periodically launch some script to check out all of the anchor
links 
within a set of HTML docs?  That way, we could verify if any of our
links within our different applications have changed.

 - Jim <v015384@procyon.stortek.com>