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BT
I inherited a website to update and maintain and it appears that many extra
files have accumulated on the server over the last few years. I would like
to clean them up, but the idea of manually going thru all of the pages,
listing the links and then comparing the list to the file directory seems
very time consuming.

Can anyone point me to a tool or method to streamline this process? Even
something that just lists the links included in my pages would help.

By the way, I am a fairly novice HTML user and I often just use notepad to
make text updates and I also use FIRST PAGE 2000 for some web work. I have
used Front Page several years ago, but not since.

thanks in advance
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BT wrote:
I inherited a website to update and maintain and it appears that many extra
files have accumulated on the server over the last few years. I would like
to clean them up, but the idea of manually going thru all of the pages,
listing the links and then comparing the list to the file directory seems
very time consuming.

Can anyone point me to a tool or method to streamline this process? Even
something that just lists the links included in my pages would help.
http://home.snafu.de/tilman/xenulink.html

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Nov 1 '06 #2

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BT wrote:
I inherited a website to update and maintain and it appears that many extra
files have accumulated on the server over the last few years. I would like
to clean them up, but the idea of manually going thru all of the pages,
listing the links and then comparing the list to the file directory seems
very time consuming.

Can anyone point me to a tool or method to streamline this process? Even
something that just lists the links included in my pages would help.

By the way, I am a fairly novice HTML user and I often just use notepad to
make text updates and I also use FIRST PAGE 2000 for some web work. I have
used Front Page several years ago, but not since.

thanks in advance

If you're using a Mozilla-based browser (e.g., Firefox, SeaMonkey), do
the following:

* Open a page.

* On the menu bar, select [View Page Info]

* On the Page Info window, select the Links tab to see what links that
page references.

* On the Page Info window, select the Media tab to see what images,
icons, etc that page references.

These displays can be selected, copied, and pasted into a text editor
window (e.g., Notepad); only the URLs are copied and pasted. From this,
you can build an index of referenced files.

Individual entries under the Media tab can be selected to view the
images in the same window.

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Nov 1 '06 #3

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