ht://Check's new release
01 Jun 2004: ht://Check version 1.2.3 has been released; important new features regarding Web accessibility have been introduced. ht://Check is probably the first tool on the Web which makes possible to perform site-wide accessibility checks, in accordance with the principles of the University of Toronto's Open Accessibility Checks (OAC) project (http://oac.atrc.utoronto.ca/). For more information, please visit the release notes and the changelog from the download section.
ht://Check is more than a link checker. It's a console application written for GNU/Linux systems in C++ and derived from the best search engine available on the Internet for free: ht://Dig.
It is very useful for Webmasters who want to control and monitor their Websites, in order to discover unexpected broken links, but also interesting information from the data they have in the form of HyperText documents.
Also, ht://Check builds a very useful and extremely complete data source in MySQL, it is very flexible and easily improvable as it is an opensource project. Anyway, for more info, you are strongly suggested to give a look at the General Info and the Features sections.
Uses of ht://Check
C'mon, what are you waiting for? Hurry up, visit the new Uses section and register your site as a ht://Check user. Just fill in the form and, et voilą, your organisation will be seen by everyone.
Current stable release: htcheck-1.2.3 (01 Jun 2004)
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