Better Link Tester

The Broken Link checker for Macintosh

Better Link Tester the best way to check your websites.

Better Link Tester (BLT) is a Macintosh OS X based Website link testing application. A link checking application is used to make sure that every link on your site actually points somewhere and doesn’t show the dreaded 404 error. It is a great way to make sure that your site give your customers the best experience, so that they will want to come back again and again. BLT is a great tool that will make the quality checking process easy and painless. You just point it at the URL on your site that you want to test, whether it is the first URL or one deep within your site it doesn’t matter, BLT can check them all.

And that’s not all BLT (Better Link Tester) includes many more features, some of which are listed below. Give BLT (Better Link Tester) a try today.

  • Find those dead and broken links quickly and easily.
  • Many configurable parameters
  • Export in HTML, CSV/Text, and Omnigraffle
  • Write your own exporters.
  • Check, Please!


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Deep Link Testing

BLT parses the captured HTML to generate a list of links, from a large variety of tags. BLT can also be configured to test links that are included as part of comments, this is especially useful when testing links within javascript.

Exportable Results

Results can be exported in the BLT Document format, so that it can be loaded later and re-run. The results can be exported via HTML, CSV/Text, and OmniGraffle format.

Link Exclusions

You can tell the parsing engine to ignore certain links, that you have entered, or it can match against regular expressions.


BLT is built to be extensible, it uses loadable bundles to export files, so you can write your own custom exporters.

Great to use during website testing

Better Link Tester, BLT can be used on local files as well, so it works great even when you are link testing locally

Say goodbye to broken links forever!

Better Link tester is the best to ensure that you are broken links are gone forever.

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