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Web Site Tool Repairs Broken Links

Brooklyn North Software Works Inc. Wednesday released Blueprint, a 32-bit Web site analysis and management application.

The tool is made to identify broken links on conventional Web pages, as well as those served over intranets and allows the user to make repairs directly from the application. Blueprint said the product, which can be used with any HTML editor or Web browser, is designed so webmasters no longer have to search through HTML code.

"Blueprint is clearly the most comprehensive product of its kind on the market," said Steve Chomicz, Brooklyn North's vice president of sales and marketing.

"Many programs offer visual mapping, broken link identification, or site reports, but Blueprint is the only one that has everything. Its ability to immediately highlight and fix broken links right from the program sets it apart."

Blueprint's personal edition retails for $89.95 and the business edition sells for $299.95.