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From Phil Endecott <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] HTTP Analyzer?
Date Fri, 25 Feb 2005 15:42:46 GMT
> I am about to do some maintenance on a web site I did not write that
> appears to be hundreds of files of entirely static html. One of the things
> I would like to do is parse the index.html file and follow all the links
> to find all the broken links

I use checkbot to do this; I run it as a weekly cron job so I know when 
sites that I link to go bad.  There are other similar programs. might be a good place to start looking, depending on your 
platform preferences.

> , all the unused files, and get a graph of the
> site structure.

Not sure about those things.  (I wrote a perl script years ago to 
generate a site map by following links; you can see the result at  This isn't what you want though as it relies 
on annotating the source to hint at the structure.)

 > I am interested in a browser compatibility assessment.

Not sure about that either, but it's an interesting question as to 
whether you can automate browser compatibility testing to any 
significant extent.


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