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> Um, most HTML tools I know of have built in link validation. In
> DreamWeaver 4.0, you access it by clicking "Check Links Sitewide" on the
> Site menu, in the Site window.
> Don't knock 'em unless you've tried them!
<crawling back under my rock...>
Just checked. Okay, go ahead, slam Dreamweaver. It can list external
links, but it doesn't go out and check them. It will verify all links
within a site, but not those that lead elsewhere on the Internet...
Homesite does, though... (my main tool of choice...)
And I distinctly remember FrontPage doing so, when I last had a client
that insisted on me using it... (several years ago by now, can't tell you
how to do it)
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