When I created a link in my apprentice program hub it came up with an odd notation instead of the " 's " it put something like "&'#".
Would love to help, but I'm not sure what issues you are experiencing.
What is the notation to which are you referring?
Are you stating that a URL you added to a Hub has changed without your intervention?
Can you provide the URL of the Hub in question and the URL link in the Hub to which you are referring?
Are you talking about this URL?
http://msmillar.hubpages.com/hub/How-to … an-Engine#
versus it showing as?
http://msmillar.hubpages.com/hub/How-to … -an-Engine
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