Unfortunately, the internet is often a fluid place, and content gets moved or renamed and creates what is called a ‘broken link’. With a site like Faith By Hearing, this can be a big problem.
The good news is, even if you are faced with a broken link, you can usually find the page or file with just a little bit of work.
How to find what you want if the link is broken
First, lookat the URL (the internet address). For example, if I moved this page you would still see this URL in the address window (this is just an example):
The only useful part of a broken link address is the beginning part from ‘http’ to the ‘.com’ (sometimes .org, .net, or any new .***). This part of the link address will take you to the home page. In my example, this would be the only useful bit:
Most websites have a search box. Now that you’re at the home page of the site, you can access the search box. Enter the name of the speaker or message title and do a search. This will usually get you to the audio you’re looking for.
Send this information to Faith By Hearing
Now that you’ve found the correct link, please notify me so I can update this site. Just send a comment with the new URL (internet addresss). The comment will not be posted for anyone to see, but it will get the information to me. I will not publish the comment.