Our popular tool, The Web Crawler, is back! This new iteration of the tool is a lot more faster because is based on a different strategy: extractions of HREF sets and then refinement of these to get URLs that are qualified for status checks. So the tool also works as a link checker.

Another advantage of the above strategy is this:

A set of HREFs may contain information about absolute and relative URLs, visible and hidden links, internal and external file paths, email addresses, css files, local javascript calls, and anchors (#). A subset of HREFs can also be used as pointers to anchor text information. So, a set of HREFs can be more informative than a mere set of links or URLs as it subsumes both.