link rot (Q882)

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phenomenon in which URLs gradually tend to cease functioning; reason for deprecation
  • linkrot
  • link death
  • link breaking
  • reference rot
  • dead link
  • deadlink
  • broken link
  • page not exist
  • http 404 error
  • dangling link
  • non-resolving or non-working URL
  • abolished webpage
  • 404
  • deadurl
  • url not working
  • HTTP 404
  • link disabled
  • dead URL
  • broken URL
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link rot
phenomenon in which URLs gradually tend to cease functioning; reason for deprecation
  • linkrot
  • link death
  • link breaking
  • reference rot
  • dead link
  • deadlink
  • broken link
  • page not exist
  • http 404 error
  • dangling link
  • non-resolving or non-working URL
  • abolished webpage
  • 404
  • deadurl
  • url not working
  • HTTP 404
  • link disabled
  • dead URL
  • broken URL

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