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Remove Non-URLs Entries from List

About This Tool:

The “Remove Non-URL Lines” tool is a convenient online utility that helps you swiftly eliminate lines that are not valid URLs from a given list. It trims leading/trailing spaces, removes non-URL entities, and enables removal of duplicate URLs for streamlined URL management.

How to Use:

  1. Paste or enter your list of lines into the input text area.
  2. Click the “Remove Non-URL entities” button to remove any lines that are not valid URLs.
  3. Use the “Remove Duplicate URLs” button to eliminate duplicate lines of URLs from the result.
  4. View the cleaned and refined URLs in the output text area.
  5. Copy the output to the clipboard or download it as a text file using the respective buttons.
  6. Clear all data using the “Clear All” button to start fresh. Enjoy efficient URL processing with this handy tool!


Q: What is the purpose of the “Remove Non-URL Lines” tool?
A: This tool aims to assist users in filtering out lines that are not valid URLs from a given list, ensuring a clean and focused collection of URLs.

Q: How does the tool identify non-URL lines?
A: The tool verifies each line by checking if it conforms to the standard URL format. Lines that do not meet the criteria are considered non-URL entities.

Q: Can I remove duplicate URLs using this tool?
A: Yes, the tool provides a feature to remove duplicate URLs from the resulting list, allowing for efficient URL management.

Q: Does the tool modify the original list of lines?
A: No, the tool operates on a copy of the input and leaves the original list intact. It generates a new output with the filtered and refined URLs.

Q: Are there any limitations on the input size?
A: While there is no fixed limit, extremely large lists may impact performance. It is advisable to keep the input within a reasonable size for optimal results.

Q: Can I download the cleaned URLs for offline use?
A: Yes, the tool offers the functionality to download the cleaned URLs as a text file, enabling offline access and further processing.