Link Filters
(tick_24Pro, tick_24Std, cross_24Lite)

Link Filter Options (New v9.00)

Enable filters - Check this box to enable filtering based on the filters. This option is enabled by default.

Don't check (exclude) these links - Specify a list of strings, separated by semicolons. If a link (after being changed to an absolute link) matches one of these strings then it is not checked by the link checker. This allows you to exclude certain links from being checked. This option has no effect if link checking is not enabled.

These links are always bad - Specify a list of strings, separated by semicolons. If a link (after being changed to an absolute link) matches one of these strings then it is considered bad and is not checked by the link checker. This option has no effect if link checking is not enabled. (New v10.0)

These links are always good - Specify a list of strings, separated by semicolons. If a link (after being changed to an absolute link) matches one of these strings then it is considered good and is not checked by the link checker. This option has no effect if link checking is not enabled. (New v10.0)

NOTE: The order of priority is: 1) exclude filter, 2) always good filter, 3) always bad filter. Therefore, if a link matches both the "always bad" and "always good" filter, then it will be considered good because the good filters have higher priority.

NOTE: When specifying a semicolon-separated list of strings for a filter, the wildcard character "*" (an asterisk) may be used at the beginning and/or end of each string. For example, to exclude checking links in a certain folder/directory, specify http://www.domain.com/directory/* as a string in the Don't check (exclude) these links option.

NOTE: When specifying a list of strings, do not surround the semicolons that separate the strings by extra white space characters. These characters will be considered part of the string.