Projects / HTML-Tree


HTML-Tree is a Perl program that recursively decends directories, and creates a web-page based graphical map of HTML pages on a webserver. A configuration file provides control over the "root" directory for the map, map page title and header, directories to be excluded, link substitution strings, and map page background image. This mapper may be run as a cron task to provide an up-to-date roadmap of a webserver. It is primarily useful as a web site development and administration tool, since it shows all pages available to web browsers, and can identify where links are needed.

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Recent releases

  •  23 Aug 1999 23:10

    Release Notes: Initial public release.

    Recent comments

    24 Aug 1999 09:01 scottchilcote

    Platform Limitation
    Please note that this version of HTML Tree is designed for Perl on Unix operating systems. I have not had access to Perl on any Windows operating system in order to adapt the script. If someone is willing to make the necessary updates for Windows, please let me know.

    Scott Chilcote


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