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From: Lloyd Wood <l.wood@eim.surrey.ac.uk>
Date: Fri, 17 May 2002 11:43:32 +0100 (BST)
To: "Highsmith, Elizabeth E" <elizabeth.e.highsmith@boeing.com>
cc: "'www-validator@w3.org'" <www-validator@w3.org>, "Derykus, Charles E" <charles.e.derykus@boeing.com>, "Bowman, Gregory P" <gregory.p.bowman@boeing.com>, <gerald@w3.org>
Message-ID: <Pine.SOL.4.43.0205171139490.27996-100000@artemis.ee.surrey.ac.uk>
On Tue, 7 May 2002, Highsmith, Elizabeth E wrote:

> I have ran several link checkers using the W3C Link Checker on some of the
> Web pages that I maintain and found it to be unhelpful and inaccurate.

You're running the link checker on a Boeing internal web page not
meant to be externally accessible, behind the Boeing firewall, on a
machine whose DNS is only propagated within Boeing.

No wonder a copy of the service located externally has problems.
Download and run your own internal link checker locally, inside your
own administrative domain.


> links on the pages that are broken did not come up as broken, but instead it
> indicated that images (.jig) were broken links.  You can see these results
> by running a link check on
> http://www-hsv-01.hv.boeing.com/engineering/default.html as I did.
> If, by chance, I am not using the link checker correctly, please advise.
> Thanks.
> Elizabeth Highsmith
> Engineering Services
> Information Processor
> Phone:  256-461-2129
> Fax:  256-461-3045
> elizabeth.e.highsmith@boeing.com

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