Advanced Options

Include Program Output:

Displays line-by-line program output prior to listing the summary results report

Sample Line-by-Line Program Output

Go to the results.
Reading File...
Done (457 lines in 0.1s).
Checking anchors:
Done.
Checking link http://www.uh.edu/compact/
HEAD http://www.uh.edu/compact/ fetched in 0.0s
Checking link http://windowsupdate.microsoft.com/
HEAD http://windowsupdate.microsoft.com/ fetched in 0.1s
Done: Processed in 1.8s.

Accept-language header:

HTTP 1.1 supports internationalization via an accept-language header that can be included in requests. The accept-language headers describe the languages the client accepts.

Example:

If documents are stored on the server in Japanese and English, clients that use Japanese as the accept-language header receive the Japanese version of the page. When clients use English as the accept-language header, they receive the English version. Accept-language headers can be sent only by Web browsers that use the HTTP 1.1 protocol.

Redirect:

A URL that, when clicked, in turn goes to another URL

Link Redirect Example:

The URL "www.uh.edu/antivirus/index.html" would be redirected to "www.uh.edu/antivirus/antivirus.html"

Directory Redirect Example:

The URL "www.uh.edu/antivirus" would be redirected to "www.uh.edu/antivirus/" (notice the addition of the trailing slash).

Check Levels of Links:

Checking pages with links that are originally linked to the URL submitted.

Example:

If your home page has a link, and in that linked page there are more links, the links in both pages will be checked.

Number of Levels:

When using the default of -1 (unlimited), all links will be checked in every page that is referenced anywhere in the site.

Example:

Depth of Recursion Example

If the level is 1, then the links in all three pages, totaling 7, will be checked.








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