There are broken links everywhere on the web. As your content library grows and posts become outdated, it’s all too common for some links to “break”. When a user clicks on a broken link, it sends them to a page that doesn’t exist. That’s terrible news for both the User Experience (UX) and Search Engine Optimization (SEO).
Finding and fixing links that don’t work is easier than you might expect. However, dead links are something that you need to actively check for. In this article, we’ll talk about why broken links appear and what problems they can cause. Then we’ll show you how to find and fix broken links in WordPress.