I know the Internet is not static or permanent, and over time URLs we store in sources or citations may become invalid as websites change and disappear. That's why we specify a date as to when we referenced a website, and I grab as much info as possible - because you never know when it will go.
However, if in your Internet travels you notice that a website (in my case an Online Newspaper Obituary site) has changed the URLs to the entries that you had created citations for - what do you do?
Do you spend the time changing them to the new URL?
Do you just leave it with a broken URL?
I've only got about 130 citations from this source with various specific URLs (some are duplicates as the citations have been reused) so I could possibly spend the time to correct them.
But is there a find/replace option within citations? Or out in SQLlite land?
In my case, there's no pattern to the URL changes, so they would need to be done individually, but in some cases 1 URL is used in multiple citations, so the total may be around 60 or less.
Anyone gone through this process?