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How to run a "Broken Link" project
How to run a "Broken Link" project

Learn how to run a "Broken Link" project in Clariti

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Written by Ben Holland
Updated over a week ago

If you're looking to fix your broken links, finding them can be really challenging! With Clariti it's very easy to see which links need to be fixed!

First, you'll need to ensure you have selected the column filter "broken links".

Next, you can filter by broken links greater than 1.

This will give you a list of all posts that have at least 1 broken link.

You can add these to a project or you can handle them one by one.

Once you click on a post with at least one broken link, scroll down and you'll see the list of links.

The broken link count includes both internal and external links. The red text indicates a broken link.

The Link is Not Broken and is Flagged Anyway

If you click on a link it will redirect you to that URL to test if it is still broken. If a link shows up as red but isn't broken, then it may indicate that takes a significant amount of time to load. This could be for several reasons. Links flagged as "broken" because it takes too long for our crawler to load, generally means they will not be handled well for SEO purposes either. We suggest checking these links to ensure they are not only working but that they load efficiently.

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