I have been working on a project with a few clients where they are moving all their static content (as well as creating some dynamic content) into a CMS. They have about fifty pages done and wanted to check the links on their site to see what was broken so I directed them to the W3C link checker. I had not thought about that W3C tool in awhile, but I wanted to mention it here because it is a great free way to check the links on your site. When using this tool, make sure to check the check the “Check linked documents recursively, recursion depth” to make sure it follows all your links.
Over the past few months I have been busy working on client web sites and have neglected jappler.com. I have been using WordPress for a few years now with this site and had a number of plugins, CSS styles, and other items that needed to be pruned while I wanted to spruce up and clean […]