A broken link, also known as a dead link, is a link that points to a page or resource that is no longer available or can’t be found. This can happen if the page has been removed, the URL has changed, or there is a connection problem. If a visitor clicks on a broken link, an error message will appear and they will not be able to access the desired page. Broken links can cause visitors and search engines to consider a website unreliable or outdated and can negatively impact rankings and user experience.
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