check-page - check the links in a single HTML page and report problems


This program reads an HTML page, from the command line arguments and reports errors in it. It gives the line number of the error. One useful feature is that the output is in the same format as various other utilities (such as the gnu ones) which means that your editor may well be able to understand it and move you to the correct line.

In emacs, you can use this by using the following sequence

   M-x compile RET check-page [filename] RET

Which will check the page and record the errors. You can then use


from within the file you are trying to get to the next error. For more information about this see the emacs help on compiling.


verify-link-control(1); extract-links(1); build-schedule link-report(1); fix-link(1); link-report.cgi(1); fix-link.cgi suggest(1); link-report.cgi(1); configure-link-control

The LinkController manual in the distribution in HTML, info, or postscript formats, included in the distribution. - the LinkController homepage.