Brian I looked at Funduc's search and replace tool but went for Eluent Tools (www.eluent.com) instead. A bit cheaper and more powerful than Funduc. If you have PERL installed, you can download the W3C link checker (http://search.cpan.org/dist/W3C-LinkChecker/) and run it locally? Dave On 31/01/2007 19:53:25, Brian Cummiskey (brian at hondaswap.com) wrote: > Anyone know of a tool that follows all links on a website, similar to > the W3C tool, but instead, looks for off-site links? > > I'm in the middle of converting a client site over from a > livedomain.com/cgi-bin/ directory and want to make sure i've > found every > link to the old pages and updated it with its new devdomain.com/page.asp > url.