FW: Looking for suggestions for Link Checking Software

Subject: FW: Looking for suggestions for Link Checking Software
From: John Posada <JPosada -at- book -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 5 May 2003 16:35:15 -0400

Does that GB include the images or just html text?

I used FP2002 for a corporate site that was big enough that it took 3 hours
over a network connection to download to local with graphics excluded (html
only) and I couldn't fit it on a CD. Is that big enough?

John Posada
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> Does anybody have any suggestions on a very robust
> link-checking application
> for a very large (30gb) web site? The site is comprised
> almost entirely of
> HTML pages generated from FrameMaker-to-WebWorks
> Publisher-to-HTML. The only
> web publishing tool other than WWP that I've seen here (I'm a
> contractor) is GoLive.
> Anyhow, the site (especially the Archives) have thousands of
> broken links.
> But they don't have a tool that can scan the entire site quickly and
> accurately (or affordably). I use DreamWeaver for all of the Web site
> creation/maintenance/managment projects that I've done in the
> past, but none
> where nearly this size or this much of a mess. I don't think
> DreamWeaver's


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