SiteInspector can be installed with docker. Maybe we can run it and allow access to our users. Other online tools have limitations on number of pages etc.
Seems to work on my local machine, not sure if it can be made accessible by others. But those who want it could access it without logging in, if we just give them the url of their own sites’ monitors. It could check them all once a week with cron or something. Make it opt in so we’re not having to go through thousands eventually.
Can’t see how to start it, running the script again does it though…
/bin/bash -c "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/siteinspector/siteinspector/master/scripts/docker-install.sh)"
docker start siteinspector
Looks good, it can check spelling and grammar too, this is the link check results
and has a custom check for any string or regex: