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Check links and resources in web page or full website

Project description

Linkcheckerjs is the best tool ever to check your websites. It parses the pages using phantomjs in order to detect all the errors even if they come from css or javascript. Linkcheckerjs is free under MIT License.

Installation

Requirements

  • python >= 2.6
  • node & npm: please refer to node doc

Installation via Pip

pip install linkcheckerjs

Installation from source

cd where_i_want_to_clone_linkcheckerjs

git clone https://github.com/LeResKP/linkcheckerjs.git

cd linkcheckerjs

python setup.py install

Basic usage

To check recursively an URL like ‘https://www.python.org’ just type the following command in your terminal:

linkcheckerjs https://www.python.org

Note

The external links (not on the same domain) will not be checked strongly. It’s only check the page itself, nor the resources nor the links.

Advanced usage

We will not see the powerful of creating a json and displaying the output separately here since it’s in development. But for now it’s just useful when you lost the output of linkcheckerjs command.

You can create a json output when running linkcheckerjs:

linkcheckerjs https://www.python.org -o /tmp/linkcheckerjs-output.json

To read the generated json, type in your terminal:

linkreaderjs https://www.python.org -o /tmp/linkcheckerjs-output.json

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