Okay, why are some of my Hub titles grayish and others bright blue?
I assumed it was ones I had visited recently, but that's not it.
I thought that was what the gray versus blue was.
The hubs you've visited are in gray. That's how it seems to work in my account page.
Not for me. On my own dashboard, I see Hubs I've just visited - some in blue, some in gray. So then I got confused!
Sometimes if you click on a link, and go to the page, and then hit the back button on your browser the page you just visited will not show as gray until you refresh the page.
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