I have a couple of hubs that are showing broken links but one of them clearly has a link highlighted that is working just fine. I tried deleting the http:// but it still shows up as broken and of course each time I go back the http:// is there again.
On the other one, there is no link highlighted and I can find none that are broken.
Any ideas on how to handle either of these?
Go into your hub control panel, look on the left side there there's "Broken Links". There should be a list of all broken links, and a 'retest' button next to each. Hit "retest" to force HP to check the link again.
If it's STILL broken, it really is broken.
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