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January 15, 2005, 5:46 am
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Like probably a lot of other people here I need a way that I can strip out
my web page and gather all the outgoing links. I wrote something in php but
it's kind of buggy. Then I need something that can go to that url and
report back if that site is linking back to me.
Are there any open source or off the shelf products that work good? What
does everyone else use?
I looked at some but you never know if they really work. I would appreciate
hearing your experiences with programs like this or any tips you have,
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PHP sucks for stuff like this.
I can write something like that for you in Perl. If you know a bit of
Perl, there are modules that extract links, parse HTML etc:
HTML::Parse, HTML::TreeBuilder, etc.
If you don't find anything you might consider hiring me to write a Perl
script that does it :-D.
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