Integrity Plus fills the gap between Integrity, the free no-frills link checker, and Scrutiny, the webmaster tools suite. If you manage more than one site then Integrity Plus allows you to store settings for each site and switch between them. It generates a sitemap in xml and a variety of other formats. it also adds a search box and filter button to help you search your data.
Version 6 is faster and leaner. It also separates the engine from the UI so that the engine can be made available to other developers.
- Scans your site for broken links – as fast and accurate as Integrity
- All the features of the free Integrity
- Manage multiple sites
- Generate a sitemap in XML, DOT, and CSV
- Good XML sitemap options, optionally include images and PDFs, add rules for setting update frequency and priority, or edit these manually
- Search your data
- Archive the pages while scanning with the option to convert them to a browsable archive
- OS X-native, Retina-screen compatible, and macOS 10.12 Sierra tested and supported
- Important fix - after scan finishes, depending on certain sequence of events, Sitemap table may have appeared blank. Data should now correctly appear.
- Some improvements to 'rules' dialog:
- Rules dialog opens as a sheet attached to the main window, rather than randomly positioned on the screen.
- Adds 'URLs that contain...' and 'URLs that don't contain....' options, giving much more flexibility
- Removes 'only follow' - The wording of this became confusing in certain cases (e.g., if you have more than one of those rules) and it's no longer required because it's the same as 'do not follow URLs that don't contain'.
- Some improvements to the site management (clicking from one website configuration to another) - With certain sequences of actions, unexpected results could be seen.
- Other small improvements
- Important update for French users - when using French localisation, when making a blacklist rule ('Ignore links containing...', etc.), the new rule appeared not to save when OK was pressed.
OS X 10.8 or later, 64-bit processor