How to Use a Link Checker

A link checker is a tool that scans your website for broken links. This helps to improve the ranking of your website in search engines and increases traffic to your site.

Link Checker is an easy to use and inexpensive tool that can help you find links that aren’t working. It can also detect phishing attacks and malware threats.

W3C Link Checker is a free bad link checker that checks the links, anchors, and references on your entire site. It also has options to display summary, hide redirects, and check only documents.

Dr. Link Checker is an online service that can scan your whole website for internal and external links, images, style sheets, and other files. It can even be configured to run automatically on a monthly, weekly, or daily basis and provide status reports via email.

Using a Link Checker to Protect Your Online Security and Privacy

URLVoid is another free tool that allows you to “detect potentially malicious websites.” This tool will check your suspect URL for black ticks, history, and where the site is based. The results are also cross referenced with other resources to confirm the safety of your link.

If you have links that require a password or other logins before the page loads, you may receive false positives from the Link Checker. This could happen if the server that the link is trying to connect to doesn’t accept logins, or if the Link Checker cannot log in to verify the page. To avoid these issues, add domains that require logins to your Exclusions list.

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