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Link Verification (9)
These programs will help you keep your web site up-to-date by checking internal and/or external links.
Server Maintenance (9)
Server Maintenance

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  • AlienDomain0 - AlienDomain is a FREE script that checks the availability of a given domain name. It can check this domain name under multiple TLD's (Top Level Domains) at once. It uses a simple text file database to store each TLD's whois information- you can easily add more TLD's at any time. It's output is fully configurable- you set the HTML templates and it fills in the details. AlienDomain can even log every query to a log file!
    (Added: 1-Jun-1999 Hits: 188 Rating: 0 Votes: 0)
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  • Back Me Up0 - Using crontabs or your browser, Back Me Up will back up any file you choose. Back Me Up creates an exact copy of the file to be backed up and saves it on your server for later retrieval. You can either make a new backup file for each day or continually append the same backup file. You can also choose to receive a confirmation email when the backup has been completed.
    (Added: 23-Sep-1999 Hits: 69 Rating: 0 Votes: 0)
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  • BIRDTRAP.CGI0 - Tired of those boring NOTFOUND errors when a reader follows a dead link on your site, or a SERVER CONFIGURATION error when there is a script problem? BIRDTRAP allows you to have your server direct your reader to a friendly, even humorous page describing what happened. The script allows you to also log to file and/or e-mail you the information regarding an error. You even get six original graphics that will make your readers want to see even more errors!
    (Added: 17-Feb-1999 Hits: 255 Rating: 0 Votes: 0)
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