pelican-deadlinks - Pelican plugin to validate availability of referenced external links

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This plugin scans for links and checks status code of requested url. For responses such as 403 or 404, the plugin adds a "disabled" class to the anchor, extends anchor with a span label and dumps warning to the logger. To enable dead link checker, set the DEADLINK_VALIDATION option in your Pelican configuration file to True.



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