Mac software

Industrial-strength software with a feather-light feel.

 

Scrutiny: Scrutinize your website

 
"Within a few minutes Scrutiny became one of the two "Best and Most Used New" apps of the year for me!"
"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."

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Website Watchman: monitor, archive, go back in time

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Bundle: Web Maestro

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Scrutiny + Watchman + Webscraper $165 $135

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Bundle: Web Virtuoso

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Integrity Pro + Watchman + Webscraper $95 $65

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Screensleeves

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Album art screensaver

Webscraper

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Scrape data
or archive content from a website

 
 
 

 

Scrutiny / Integrity: scrutinize your website

 
"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."
"Scrutiny is highly functional, a pleasure to use and this latest version looks and performs better than ever."
 
 
 
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Integrity

Free link checker
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Integrity Plus

+ Generate sitemap
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Integrity Pro

+ SEO & Spelling
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Scrutiny

+ Advanced features

- Feature comparison

 
 
 

 

Other new and noteworthy apps

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Dendrite

Website development environment

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WebArch

Save a local copy of a website

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Plain Text Stickies

Keep notes, lose the formatting

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Website Watchman

Time Machine for your website

 
 
 
 
 
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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 Pro 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 give top quality support and are always happy to help with problems, answer questions, hear suggestions.

 
 
 
 
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Dendrite icon,  the current development project

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A sneaky peeky at the current development project

Dendrite is not a visual design tool or wysiwyg website creator / editor. Dendrite is closer to a development environment than a content management system. It’s for you if you want to hand-code or already have your code and want to manage the site as code rather than visually. It contains a number of features and tools which will help you to do this.

 

 

The browser padlock and why it might not appear

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The browser padlock and why it might not appear

Even if you do have a valid certificate in place, you may still find that a browser refuses to display the padlock. Scrutiny has long had features to help you with migration to https://. It alerts you to old links to your http:// pages and pages which have mixed content. As from v9.8.0, Scrutiny makes additional checks / warnings.

 

 

WCAG / ADA compliance tests

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Testing website accessibility (WCAG / ADA compliance) using Scrutiny

Google announced changes last year to the way they'd like publishers to mark nofollow links.

The rel attribute can and should contain 'sponsored' or 'ugc' where appropriate. Integrity and Scrutiny can help you see and sort your links according to these attributes

 

 

secure website

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Changes to nofollow links : sponsored and ugc attributes : how to check your links

Google announced changes last year to the way they'd like publishers to mark nofollow links.

The rel attribute can and should contain 'sponsored' or 'ugc' where appropriate. Integrity and Scrutiny can help you see and sort your links according to these attributes

 

 

extract a table from html and save to csv

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How to extract a table from html and save to csv (web to spreadsheet)

WebScraper users have sometimes asked about extracting data contained in tables on multiple pages.

You may be able to do what you want with a copy and paste into a spreadsheet app. This new app will parse a web page, html file or pasted html code, extract a table and save as csv.

 

 

secure website

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Finding mixed / insecure website content using Scrutiny

Google Chrome will soon start blocking HTTP resources in HTTPS pages. An article with screenshots showing you how Scrutiny 9 can help with your migration to a secure website by finding links to your https site, and pages with mixed content (images and other resources which are http).