When I look at my list of hubs, some are blue, some are grey, and one is red.
The red one I figure is unpublished but the blue and grey, I can't figure out.
Please can anyone explain?
The blue is a link you have not clicked since your browser's cache was cleared - grey the opposite. If you click a blue one it will go grey afterwards. I wondered myself at one point
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