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Chapter 17. Keeping Your Web Site Up-to-Date > Checking Links in Your Web Site

Checking Links in Your Web Site

A widely accepted principle of physics is that, left to itself, order inevitably reverts to chaos. Hyperlinks provide a perfect example of such entropy at work. Although FrontPage can greatly reduce instances of broken hyperlinks within your Web site, typing errors and changes at remote sites inevitably break even the most carefully created hyperlinks. FrontPage provides the Hyperlinks report to detect and correct such errors.

All Web site designers should check hyperlinks occasionally, because there’s no reliable means to catch changes as they occur throughout the entire World Wide Web. The frequency of checking will vary, depending on the number of links, their volatility, and the level of service you want to provide.


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