Scrutinize your website
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"I was a big fan of Integrity, then I learned about Scrutiny and bought a copy the same day. Just wish I had learned about it sooner."
Peacockmedia have been making apps for OSX, or MacOS as we should now call it, since the early 2,000's. We're responsible for the best free link checker for mac, Integrity, and its enterprise versions, Integrity Plus and Scrutiny.
Here you'll also find other useful apps and utilities such as measuring tool Meander and the album art screensaver, ScreenSleeves.
Some are new, and very much in development, such as Webscraper, which can scan a website and extract data, such as the page's meta data, content (converted to plain text or markdown) or parts of the page extracted by class or id, or by regex pattern.
We take a very active approach to helping our users and are always happy to help with problems, answer questions, hear suggestions.
My post 'How to use Scrutiny to test a website which requires authentication' has been updated a number of times in its history and I've just updated it again to include a relatively recent Scrutiny feature.
The reason for this all being on my mind today is that I've just worked the same technique into WebScraper. I wanted to compile a list of some website addresses from pages within a social networking site which is only visible to authenticated users.