I had a broken link in one of my post I fixed it but I still have the error message HELP???
If its fixed why worry about the error? Hubpages is having some problems with there stats server, it might be slowing down the computer. If it is fixed to the human eye and interaction, dont worry!
Sometimes you get a false positive from the link checker. If you fix the link but the system still thinks it's broken, there is an "ignore" option where you can tell the checker to stop looking at that particular link.
It's also a good idea to report the false positive to admin, as that helps them improve the link checking tool.
I also had this problem , but if you are sure that the link is fixed and correct then you can press the ignore button and the error message want show up any more
by jodijoyous2 years ago
I had six hubs showing broken links yesterday. I corrected all of them, but two are still showing the broken link icon. And, the edit date hasn't updated. Anyone else seeing this?
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by Katherine Tyrrell2 years ago
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by Jane@CM7 years ago
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by lady rain5 years ago
I tested the link and it was working alright but the broken link icon is still there. Do I ignore it?
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