Websites Broken Link Checker
When you click on a link that is supposed to take you somewhere, yet instead it takes you somewhere else or shows a 404 error message… this is a broken link. The most common causes for a broken link include, but are not limited to:
- The target website is permanently unavailable
- The target web page has been deleted
- The target web page permalink was modified or changed
Broken links are very unpleasant for end users of your website, and can hurt your reputation. It makes sense that having several broken links on a website is often referred to as “link rot”… because it really is as pleasant as that phrase sounds. Use this broken link checker to quickly locate any broken links on your website so you can correct any flaws immediately. It’s as easy as entering your URL and hitting enter.