- I periodically use W3C's free link checker to identify broken links in my blogs and Web pages.
- I have downloaded and sometimes use Xenu's Link Sleuth.
- The HTML code for each of my Web pages is saved in a folder on my hard drive; and the HTML code for my blog posts (copied and pasted from the HTML tab while editing in Blogger) is saved in the nifty little programme Treepad. If someone tells me that a domain address or specific URL has changed, I can easily find out exactly where that link appears in my blogs or Web pages. I simply use the powerful search functions in Treepad (for my blogs) and Powerdesk (for text files with the HTML code for my Web pages).
Have you found other ways to tackle the problem?
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