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dead link

A hyperlink on a website that points to a Web page that has been deleted or moved. Also called an "orphan link," it may also be a temporary condition if the Web server is down. Contrast with live link. See 404 error and link rot.
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A similar yearning to renew the broken links of brotherhood with his kind sometimes showed itself in a milder form; and once it was made beautiful by the religion that lay even deeper than itself.
Then the clanging of a chain, and a noise as of the snapping back against stone of a broken link.
8220;And who has the time, or the manpower, to manually find and fix the broken links within the thousands or millions of files?
us, which automatically examined the first 1000 pages of the world's top 20 universities for spelling errors, broken links and broken images.
Offering identical ingredients, Hyper-Natural(TM), helps the skin restore broken links and self-heal, supporting body's natural processes.
Additionally, LinkFixer Advanced is the first software application that can be used to safeguard links in Visio files so that when broken links subsequently occur, LinkFixer Advanced can be used to automatically fix the broken links caused by files or folders that were moved or renamed without using LinkFixer Advanced (for example when using Windows Explorer or RoboCopy).
Among other factors, the email campaigns related to these companies showed few broken links and bad redirects.
2] As of yet, there isn't enough data to give even an approximate estimate of the time and business lost through broken links and the related data loss and corruption, but there is a greater reality that it can inflict severe damage, and that it's becoming more and more common.
They collected data such as average number of broken links and misspellings.
SortSite checks every page on a web site for more than 300 quality issues including: broken links, US and EU legal compliance, accessibility and usability problems, browser compatibility and search engine optimization.
Manually finding and repairing broken links in the wake of a data migration, per Clark, is an enormously costCae and labor-intensive undertaking, with corporations spending hundreds of thousands - perhaps millions - of man hours trying to repair broken links and find lost data.
com)-- Most websites have errors such as broken links and misspellings.