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LXRMarketplace User-Agent (search engine bot) is used to check HTTP status codes


(Only in csv or tsv or xls or xlsx format)

Please upload a csv or tsv or xls or xlsx file.







The URL Auditor analyzes landing page URLs of your marketing campaigns to separate the broken links from the functional ones.

The tool lets you check HTTP status codes, server response headers, number of chained redirects (301, 302, etc.), final redirect locations/status codes, and response times for URLs in Bulk (it can check up to 100 URLs in one go) for free.

It summarises all the initial status codes in an easy to read table and allows you to download a .csv file containing the checked URLs with all their status codes and redirects.

Every page on every website returns a numerical code that indicates the page's status. A normal page returns a status 200, indicating everything is in working order. Pages that aren't in perfect working order return a different code, such as a not found page returning a status 404, indicating the requested URL could not be found. These numbers are called HTTP Response Status Codes.


  • Allows individual entries as well as bulk upload of URLs.

  • Provides a quick overview of working and non-working links.

  • Improves overall effectiveness of the campaigns.

  • Helps in determining and fixing problematic links.

  • Export all data from URL checks or filtered subsets into different CSV reports.

01 Enter the details
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Enter the URL of the website or page you want to get data for.

Get a comprehensive analysis for the URL you entered, plus much more!
02 Steps to follow
  • Type or paste URL(s) in the given text area with a line break.

  • Click Analyze to track the status code.

  • If you want to save, click Download button to export the report.

Status codes are issued by a server in response to a client's request made to the server. HTTP status codes are standard response codes given by web site servers on the internet. The codes help identify the cause of the problem when a web page or other resource does not load properly.
200 - Ok - the page is successfully loaded
301 - Permanent redirect
302 - Temporary redirect (technically "Found")
403 - Forbidden (i.e. password protected)
404 - Not Found
410 - Gone/removed page
500 - Internal Server Error
503 - Service Unavailable
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