February 7, 2011

How To: Check WordPress for Dead / Broken Links

I use quite a few affiliate links on WPLift (I use the Free Simple Link Cloaker plugin to manage them) but I wanted a way to check if any of them were dead, as this would mean losing out on potential income. The very nice solution I found to this problem was the free, Broken…

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