Check the statuscode of all links on a website
This repository provides a tool to check the http statuscode of every link on a given website.
composer global require spatie/http-status-check
This tool will scan all links on a given site.
http-status-check scan https://example.com
It outputs a line per link found.
When the crawl is finished a summary will be shown.
By default it uses 10 concurrent connections to speed up the crawling process. You can change that number passing a different value to the
http-status-check scan https://example.com --concurrency=20
You can also write all urls that gave a non-2xx or non-3xx response to a file:
http-status-check scan https://example.com --output=log.txt
When the crawler finds a link to an external site it will by default crawl that link as well. If you don't want to crawler to crawl such external urls use the
http-status-check scan https://example.com --dont-crawl-external-links
By default requests timeout after 10 seconds. You can change this by passing a number of seconds to the
http-status-check scan https://example.com --timeout=30
To run the tests you'll have to start the included node based server first in a separate terminal window.
cd tests/server ./start_server.sh
With the server running, you can start testing.
Please see CHANGELOG for more information what has changed recently.
Please see CONTRIBUTING for details.
If you discover any security related issues, please email firstname.lastname@example.org instead of using the issue tracker.
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