I received a broken links warning. The links in question are:
http://hubpages.com/http://hubpages.com … ool/#_edn1
http://hubpages.com/http://hubpages.com … /#_ednref1
I didn't put these links in my Hub content. It seems the issue is on the hubpages end.
The broken link warning is accurate for that Hub as those are not valid URLs.
We are unaware of any current issue that would affect inserting links, so you can make the needed changed to fix those two links and then you can re-test the links here.
If you edit the Hub in the HubTool, then you can see the hyperlinked text with the broken links highlighted in pink.
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