Has anyone noticed when they have new hubs that for a short amount of time they seem to be Written in a different shade of blue than your older hubs, under "my account" just curious if anyone knew why this was.
Isn't that just until you click on them the first time? Like to edit?
I have always noticed this. Will like to know myself.
i think could be wrong but they are related to your first publishing of the article as soon as it is edited
Not that I know of. I am still new. I will pay attention next time. Thanks for sharing.
The only time the shade of blue becomes different (a dustier shade) is when links are clicked on, meaning you've visited a Hub yourself recently. This will happen for both new and old Hubs.
this question was about the color variation caused by a previously visited link! ..thats great, thanks for that
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