LinkCheck Plugin for OctoberCMS
Schedules a task to check for broken links in database fields and/or CMS pages.
- Checks for broken links within database fields and CMS text files
- User controls which fields to check
- User controls which response codes should be logged
- User controls task scheduling
A link status report can be found in the backend Settings tab.
- Check for relative/dynamic links
- Report line number on links within CMS files.
- Translate plugin
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Time mask: Enter value as you would when setting up crontab in UNIX. Default:
* * * * *. Please visit crontab.org for more information. Please note that the plugin uses the scheduler feature of October, so scheduling should be properly set up for this to work. Check the documentation for more information.
Response codes: (under "Which HTTP response codes should be reported?"). By default, only Client and Server errors are reported (broken links, response codes 400-511). However, you may also configure the plugin to log successful responses and redirections (response codes 200-308). Technically, the plugin does not check for broken links but just reports all links that match the selected response codes.
Check links within CMS files?: (checkbox). When selected, the plugin will scan through the current active theme files for links within the selected status.
Database fields: The plugin will scan for available database fields in all plugins. The plugin will go through every link found in the database for the given fields.
This plugin has not been reviewed yet.
Updated table bombozama_linkcheck_broken_links
May 15, 2017
Quick fix for unsupported Pivot models
May 11, 2017
Nov 19, 2015
Run database operations
Nov 16, 2015
First version of LinkCheck
Nov 16, 2015