Is there a preferred method/format for replacing broken links with links to archived copies.
I was viewing this question: Get id of div from its class name
and found this answer: https://stackoverflow.com/a/6773767
I tried clicking on the (
justswell.org) link near the end of the answer, and found the content of the linked page is gone, and the domain is "parked" and indicates it is "for sale".
I found that the page is archived on archive.org (Wayback Machine) so I edited the answer to include the link to the archived page. (At this time, my edit has just now been approved).
To add the archive link, I left the original link intact, but added "strikeout" tags surrounding it, and added the archive.org link following the original link.
The result is pretty ugly, so I'm wondering if it's okay as I did it, or if there is a better/preferred way to do it?