Identify broken links in WordPress
If you are trying to identify if your website has any broken links after a migration or domain name change, you can follow these instructions. A broken link is a link that resolves to a 404 Not Found error. These steps include the use of a third-party website.
- Navigate to the Broken Link Checker
- In the open field type in your website address ( ex. https://example.com ).
- Select the whole website option.
- Click on the check button.
- Allow time for the tool to run.
- Once the tool has completed you can click on the Full report button to get a complete list of broken links.
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