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Integrity is a website broken link checker for Mac OS X 10.3 through 10.6



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Integrity

An essential app for webmasters; crawls your site reporting broken links.

If you've maintained a website for any length of time, you'll know that links very quickly become broken.

We all move, delete or change pages, and when we do, it not only results in our own internal links breaking, but other people's links to our website becoming broken. Similarly, when other people alter their pages, our own external links become broken.

A broken link on your site is a dead end for your visitors and will also be bad news for your search engine optimization (SEO).

Unless you enjoy clicking every single link on your site followed by the back button, then you'll need to use a website crawler like Integrity!

Feed it your home page address (url) and Integrity will follow all of your internal links to find your pages, checking the server response code for all internal and external links found.

New: from v3.3, Integrity can generate an XML sitemap suitable for submission to Google. The latest version, 3.3.6a contains some stability fixes, some enhancements and improvements.

Integrity is donationware, which means that it's available to personal users free of charge with no restrictions. I'm very grateful for donations and if you choose to donate, it will encourage further development of this and other OSX software.
 
System Requirements

Mac OSX 10.3 or higher. (Note that as from v1.4, 10.2 is no longer supported).

 
Mac OSX Download

What should I do with the downloaded file?

Open the .dmg file and find the application inside. If you want to keep using Integrity, drag and drop it into your Applications folder. To keep it in your dock, right-click or click-and-hold on its dock icon and choose 'Keep in dock'.

PC Version?

If you're of the Windows persuasion, use Xenu's Link Sleuth. The developer has made it clear that he's not interested in producing a specific Mac version. I've no connection with Tilman Hausherr (though he seems like a great guy), and this is no more than a personal recommendation to use the Link Sleuth if you're a pc user.

http://peacockmedia.co.uk/integrity/
« Last Edit: February 23, 2014, 04:17:54 PM by Software Santa »

 

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