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Anyone know a good website profiler

Anyone know a good website profiler

Anyone know a good website profiler

I'm looking around for a good program to display information about a website.  I don't care if it spiders from the web or looks at files locally.  I need it to show me which pages have forms submitting to which other pages.  Also want to see a map of links between pages.  More complex information about ajax calls to other pages would be cool also.  
I simply haven't been able to find anything like this.  maybe it's built into some bigger web development packages but I can't find it.
Anyone seen a tool like this?

Travis Hawkins

RE: Anyone know a good website profiler

To find forms that submit to other pages, you could use grep to find "<form" in all your pages. That tag will show the form processing pages.

A map to show links between pages could be messy. Maybe 'xenu' could help with simply finding broken links...

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