This tool aids in the filtering of URL lists. Duplicate URLs or domains will be removed, leaving only the first URL detected. All variations of http://, https://, http://www., and https:// will be removed from the beginning of any URL if you use Remove HTTP Variations. Add https://www. to the beginning of all URLs that do not already have a https:// prefix.
This list cleaning tool is so powerful: It allows you to merge lists from different sources and clean them up by leaving one URL per domain or only unique URLs. We extract domain names from websites (URLs) or text such as HTML source code and display domain names.
The tool is quite simple to use. Follow these steps to reduce the URL to the root domain:
If a URL contains a question mark or a pound symbol, you can usually remove anything after it and still have a functional link. That's all there is to it.
Please keep in mind that removing items may cause changes to the page you're loading.
If you remove an anchor link, the link will send you to the entire website rather than a specific section. If you're not sure, copy and paste the clean URL into a browser. It will work for others if it works for you.
If you don't want to do the guesswork, you can use the URL Cleaner tool to handle your cleanup. Simply paste the messed-up URL, and it will return the clean version.
Alternatively, the Token Stripper for Chrome and Firefox automatically eliminates UTM, tracking tokens and unnecassary parts from every page you visit if you'd rather never see code like this in URLs you copy.
Domain cleaning is best used for lists of domains and URLs. To get a clean list of domains, throw in messy URLs to remove duplicates and invalid data.
The online utility lets users generate by a list of clean, sorted, and deduplicated URLs, with options for selectively include/exclude specific directory or folder path. Use it to remove tracking codes, strip tracking parameters, UTM tags and clean/strip characters from text/URL list.
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