PLEASE HELP!!!! VERY URGENT!!!!

by gokulvikas 12 replies
Hi members,

I need to find an hierachy of built website.

Is there any tool to find out the structure?
#website design #urgent
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  • Profile picture of the author xtrapunch
    What do you mean by hierarchy of the website? Its structure?
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    • Profile picture of the author gokulvikas
      I want to find out what are the links present each pageand how many web pages are present and how they are related to each page. I need entire hierachy of the site.


      Originally Posted by xtrapunch View Post

      What do you mean by hierarchy of the website? Its structure?
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  • Profile picture of the author alcymart
    Get Filezilla and you'll see the hierchy. If you don't have access to FTP account, you can use website ripper I think its called.

    Here is HTTrack, a completely free one I found for you here: http://www.httrack.com/


    http://download.cnet.com/Website-Rip...-10358534.html Has a 30 day trial.


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  • Profile picture of the author erange
    gokulvikas,

    Help us out some more. Is this your site, what are you needing it for, etc. The more information you can provide, the better the forum can help. I agree with grabbing FileZilla and logging on to the server. You can browse around and see how the files are arranged in folders, etc. Hope that helps...

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    • Profile picture of the author gokulvikas
      I want to built a website like Infosys - Technology Services for Building Tomorrow's Enterprise.

      I need to understand the hierachy of their website . when i visited their website, there're so many webpages and each webpages has so many links. I'm not able to understand their hierachy .

      So is there any tool to find out the entire hierachy of the site?

      Guys, help me out.






      Originally Posted by hellingent View Post

      gokulvikas,

      Help us out some more. Is this your site, what are you needing it for, etc. The more information you can provide, the better the forum can help. I agree with grabbing FileZilla and logging on to the server. You can browse around and see how the files are arranged in folders, etc. Hope that helps...

      To Your Success,
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      • Profile picture of the author johneye
        Originally Posted by gokulvikas View Post

        I want to built a website like Infosys - Technology Services for Building Tomorrow's Enterprise.

        I need to understand the hierachy of their website . when i visited their website, there're so many webpages and each webpages has so many links. I'm not able to understand their hierachy .

        So is there any tool to find out the entire hierachy of the site?

        Guys, help me out.
        I think their sitemap should give you a good picture of their content hierarchy - Infosys - Site Map
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    • Profile picture of the author blazedream
      Search "Web design brochure" in google, you might be get what you want.
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  • Profile picture of the author ussher
    if its the link structure hierarchy you want and not the folder structure heirarchy then just build a sitemap.

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  • Profile picture of the author NestZone
    Can't really get it!
    Are you trying to find out how each page is linked to the other, or if there are broken links or WHAT?

    Just Be a bit explicit and the forum will help you out.
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    • Profile picture of the author gokulvikas
      I need to build a website exactly like infosys website.

      So in order to built a website like them i was keep on visiting each page and the links present.

      My problem is, i'm not able to find out how many links are present in each webpage and how many links are inter-related with each other . where's the end point of each link?

      So is there any tool to find a complete way of the site build and countinf the no of links and in which way the're connected?

      Let me know
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