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Posted on 1998-07-30
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I know how to check for broken links in FrontPage, however, I would love to know how to do the reverse:

Check to see if an image is being linked to or not... so that I can get rid of it.

Thanks!

PS. I know that I can do this by doing a search for the images name, but that does not sound too exciting.
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There are programs like linkbot that can do that, likbot can work in both directions.

 http://www.tetranetsoftware.com/linkbot-info.htm
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You may have my pathetic 15 points.
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dagon earned 10 total points
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neato, can i trade them in for a cray ?
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Here ya go...
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