CLI tool to crawl a website and check HTTP status code
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- php: ^7.3|^8.0
- guzzlehttp/promises: ^1.4
- spatie/crawler: ^4.7
- symfony/console: ^4.0|^5.0
- phpunit/phpunit: ^6.4 || ^9.5.10
Check the HTTP status code of all links on a website
This repository provides a tool to check the HTTP status code of every link on a given website.
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This package can be installed via Composer:
composer global require spatie/http-status-check
This tool will scan all links on a given website:
http-status-check scan https://example.com
It outputs a line per link found. Here's an example on Laracast website scan:
When the crawling process is finished a summary will be shown.
By default the crawler uses 10 concurrent connections to speed up the crawling process. You can change that number by passing a different value to the
http-status-check scan https://example.com --concurrency=20
You can also write all urls that gave a non-2xx or non-3xx response to a file:
http-status-check scan https://example.com --output=log.txt
When the crawler finds a link to an external website it will by default crawl that link as well. If you don't want the crawler to crawl such external urls use the
http-status-check scan https://example.com --dont-crawl-external-links
By default, requests timeout after 10 seconds. You can change this by passing the number of seconds to the
http-status-check scan https://example.com --timeout=30
By default, the crawler will respect robots data. You can ignore them though with the
http-status-check scan https://example.com --ignore-robots
If your site requires a basic authentification, you can use the
http-status-check scan https://example.com --auth=username:password
To run the tests, first make sure you have Node.js installed. Then start the included node based server in a separate terminal window:
cd tests/server npm install node server.js
With the server running, you can start testing:
Please see CHANGELOG for more information on what has changed recently.
Please see CONTRIBUTING for details.
If you've found a bug regarding security please mail email@example.com instead of using the issue tracker.
The MIT License (MIT). Please see License File for more information.