This plugin will check your posts, comments and other content for broken links and missing images, and notify you if any are found.
This used to be a great plugin, but since the last update, I keep getting a huge pink error message that fills my screen. It seems that no-one has a fix so I have no choice but to remove it!
Great plugin! I especially love the email alert system, and how you can change a broken URL once from the plugin admin page and it will fix all occurances of it on your site automatically!
I wrote a small review of it here… http://cladlab.com/programming/website-design/wordpress/wordpress-plugins-that-this-site-uses
This is a good plug-in, but if it's has an option to view only internal broken links it's better. Then we can prioritize to fix them.
This plugin helped me a lot. A few suggestions (in order of importance):
- Make it easier to only check links manually.
- Add the post date on the broken links result page. Makes it easier to decide how to fix the link.
- Maybe somehow a shortcut to archive.org would make it easier to fix broken links permanently.
Thanks for your work!
Does what it claims to do, does it well. Saved me a lot of time and helps me sleep at night knowing my links are fully-functional :)
Running on WP 3.5.1 it does it's job but badly, reporting every single link I have to be broken.
Requires some updating before recommendation
Naturally there are many features that people are requesting that have not been built yet but this plugin does what it does well. It is indispensable for importing a site into HTML.
Please keep in mind that it lists rows by URL, not by link instance. It can/will replace links in all instances.
This is a must-have plugin for all websites - brilliant!
Unfortunately this plugin always holds performance problems with other plugins. But basic idea is great. We've tested on several systems.
I have several WordPress sites including one large one and run a tight ship as far as links go, but was still surprised with how many broken ones this found. It's now on my essential plugins list.
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