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Subject:Re: Web link testing tools From:Chris Hamilton <chamilton -at- GR -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 23 Jan 1997 10:07:28 -0600
Peggy Schillinger wrote:
> How do you know if the current link is the "right something?" Do you
> want to determine that the link actually makes contact with another
> topic (i.e., that the link functions) or that the link contacts the
> specific, pre-determined topic (i.e., that the context IDs are correct)?
The second choice, although because I'm in HTML, I have to check the
file name. The first time, this either has to be done manually or a
baseline has to be created and verified. I just don't want to have to
manually retest all the links everytime we do a build of the
Chris Hamilton, Technical Writer
Greenbrier & Russel