SiteURL - Web Site URL Editor
What is SiteURL ?
SiteURL is a free tool that lets you view and edit in a few clicks all the URLs (hypertext links, images locations, ...) contained in your web sites. SiteURL is an open source software published under the QPL license. It is written in C++ with the Qt toolkit.
Who is it for ?
SiteURL is primarily designed for professional web site designers and webmasters, but can be used by everyone who have to create or modify a web site. If you manage more than 50 web sites of thousands pages each, you will probably like to use SiteURL. If you manage one very small web site, you probably don't need it.
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Why to use SiteURL ?
Do you already had to update a big web site URL structure ? When the job cannot be done by your text editor find/replace feature, this is a long and boring operation, that can potentially generate dead links if you forget to process some URLs... If you ever experienced these kinds of problems, now SiteURL can help you.

With SiteURL, you can decide which URL to update and which URL not to update. And if you decide to update an URL that occurs, say 10,000 times in 1,500 source documents, SiteURL will take care to update all the occurences of this URL in every document it appears.

SiteURL can also be useful to check your web sites URLs, even if you don't want to update them. SiteURL's parser automatically detects URLs that contains invalid characters, and the URLs list display let you visually check all your web site's distincts URLs sorted, making it easy to detect and fix eventual errors.
What SiteURL is not
SiteURL is not an (X)HTML validator. In fact, it is very permissive with the (X)HTML syntax and tries to extract every URL it can, even from a very poor structured source document.

SiteURL is not an URL validator. It does not check if the target document referenced by the URL actually exists (though SiteURL can warn you if an URL has a bad structure or contains invalid character).

SiteURL can update all your URLs but will update only your URLs. Each character from your source documents that don't belong to an URL will always remain unchanged.
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