Staying Alive

Quick Fix

Finding errors in your web site.

When bugs and glitches attack your Web site, the surest, fastest way to locate the errors and insert fixes isn't with a Web-page-authoring program but with a specialty tool. Authoring programs, such as Microsoft's FrontPage, are made for creating and don't excel at debugging or fine-tuning. What does? Best of breed of the Web-page-editing programs continues to be Luckman's WebEdit Pro. It's a plain, nonglitzy application, but the tools that let Webmasters shine are built-in, including a syntax validation wizard (for checking raw code) and a link validation wizard (for making sure your links work as intended). Priced at $89.95, a trial download is available at the Web site.

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This article was originally published in the March 1998 print edition of Entrepreneur with the headline: Staying Alive.

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