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broken-link-checker - Find broken links, missing images, etc in your HTML.

  •    Javascript

Find broken links, missing images, etc in your HTML. Node.js >= 0.10 is required; < 4.0 will need Promise and Object.assign polyfills.

CRM 2011 Workflow Utilities

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This project includes custom workflow activities for CRM 2011 which provide additional workflow steps for actions such as "delete" and "share" within the CRM Process designer. These activities can be used in both workflows and dialogs but are not supported in CRM Online.




hyperlink - A node library and command line tool to test the integrity of your internal an external hyperlinks

  •    Javascript

Detect invalid and inefficient links on your webpages. Works with local files or websites, on the command line and as a node library. Because web performance is not only about making your own page run smoothly, but also about giving people a quick navigation out of your page.

ink-link - Link component for Ink

  •    Javascript

Supported terminals. For unsupported terminals, the link will be printed in parens after the text: My website (https://sindresorhus.com).

terminal-link - Create clickable links in the terminal

  •    Javascript

Supported terminals. For unsupported terminals, the link will be printed in parens after the text: My website (https://sindresorhus.com).


react-csv - React components to build CSV files on the fly basing on Array/literal object of data

  •    Javascript

Generate CSV document according to given data. This data can be array of arrays , or array of literal objects or string which is the CSV content.

postcss-pseudo-class-any-link - Use the :any-link pseudo-class in CSS

  •    Javascript

:any-link lets you to use the proposed :any-link pseudo-class in CSS. :any-link simplifies selectors targeting links, as the naming of :link is misleading; it specifically means unvisited links only, rather than all links.

link-check - checks whether a hyperlink is alive (`200 OK`) or dead.

  •    Javascript

Checks whether a hyperlink is alive (200 OK) or dead. A link is said to be 'alive' if an HTTP HEAD or HTTP GET for the given URL eventually ends in a 200 OK response. To minimize bandwidth, an HTTP HEAD is performed. If that fails (e.g. with a 405 Method Not Allowed), an HTTP GET is performed. Redirects are followed.

markdown-link-check - checks that all of the hyperlinks in a markdown text to determine if they are alive or dead

  •    Javascript

Extracts links from markdown texts and checks whether each link is alive (200 OK) or dead. mailto: links are validated with isemail. The command line tool optionally takes 1 argument, the file name or http/https URL. If not supplied, the tool reads from standard input.

slinky - web crawler just for links

  •    Javascript

Slinky is a web crawler, but just for the links between webpages. Slinky is intended to be used to visualize the routes and structure behind a website by collecting hyperlinks. If you decide to print out the source code and drop it down a flight of stairs, you may not be disappointed either.

hyperlinker - Write hyperlinks in the terminal

  •    Javascript

Write hyperlinks in the terminal. Terminal emulators are starting to support hyperlinks. While many terminals have long detected URL's and linkified them, allowing you to Command-Click or Control-Click them to open a browser, you were forced to print the long unsightly URL's on the screen. As of spring 2017 a few terminals began supporting HTML like links, where the link text and destination could be specified separately.

supports-hyperlinks - Detect whether a terminal emulator supports hyperlinks

  •    Javascript

Terminal emulators are starting to support hyperlinks. While many terminals have long detected URL's and linkified them, allowing you to Command-Click or Control-Click them to open a browser, you were forced to print the long unsightly URL's on the screen. As of spring 2017 a few terminals began supporting HTML like links, where the link text and destination could be specified separately. This module allows you to detect if hyperlinks are supported in the current Terminal.