Easily find your website's broken links and more.
All the features of Integrity. The same fast, efficient, accurate engine.
Manage multiple sites
Manage as many sites as you like, with individual settings for each.
Search / filter / export / archive
Integrity plus has search boxes and filter buttons. Search your data, filter it, export it.
The archive function is enhanced - can create a browsable local web archive.
Export an xml sitemap for submission to the search engines (and in other formats too - including .dot for making visualisations). Option to include images and pdf files. Set up rules for your priority / change frequency or edit these manually.
Category:Developer Tools / Website Link Checkers
15 USD (One-off purchase)
You can buy from within Integrity Plus or use this secure link: https://pay.paddle.com/checkout/496583
Integrity Plus is licensed 'per user' Organisations with multiple users should take advantage of the corporate licence. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Requires Mac OS 10.8 or higher, Intel 64-bit.
Users of OSX 10.6 should download the last version of Integrity Plus built for 10.6; version 6.8.18.
Users of OSX 10.5 should download the last version of Integrity built for 10.5; version 4.5.3.
Users of OSX 10.4 should download the last version of Integrity built for 10.4; version 4.2.2.End user licence agreement
- 10.14 Mojave dark-mode-ready
- Different handling of a common issue: linkedIn urls returning a 999 code (even though the link may work in a browser). This is not an Integrity issue but common to all webcrawlers / testers. LI seems to detect the rapid requests and/or non-browser querystring and returns a non-standard 999 code. Integrity used to present this as a server error and count it as a bad link. Now it labels it as a warning, and does not count it as a bad link. This is because it is not necessarily a bad link, it just hasn't been possible to test it properly.
- Fixes issue with meta http-refresh not being observed if the page contains content with links. (The content was being parsed for links, in favour of the redirection being observed.)