adamxcl - 2:21 am on Mar 29, 2012 (gmt 0)
I have spent a few days going through the lists as each day brings up new errors to look at. It is finding legitimate errors to fix that I didn't know I had. That part is great. The frustrating part is it grabbing pages from years ago. They are long deleted and it tells me it is "linked from" a current page that had the link long ago or maybe it never did at all. I check and mark them fixed but of course they just come back again and get in my way. How is Google finding links from 5-6 years ago that have been gone for years and making them up for some other page?
I understand the ones that are linked to from some other website I don't control. Although some way of distinguishing that easier would be nice. I can't control other sites so push it in my face unless I want to recover links.
If they could just fix that issue and have it be valid crawling and let me kill the reported "problem"
rango: Select one and then go to the bottom. Hold down the shift key and select the last one. This selects them all...10, 50, 500...then mark fixed.