When links are broken they are highlighted in yellow and I can readily find them. With malicious links, I hunted forever last time and found arthritis.org to be the malicious link. How can I locate the malicious links? Today I have two!
When my Hubs get malicious link warnings, up in the warning box it tells me which link is the one tripping the filter. It's really easy to then just mouse over links in the Hub and find it.
by Eaglekiwi5 years ago
One of my hubs has a black triangle with an exclamation mark inside it.This is supposed to mean link is bad (or not working) on the hub marked,but I how can I tell which link it is.Do I need to check them all out?
by DIYweddingplanner5 years ago
Obviously, it doesn't pay to brag in the forums!Right after my bragfest this morning, a few of my hubs got hit with malicious link skull warnings on them. Is there a quick way to check each link or do I need to...
by Liz Elias4 years ago
This hub:http://dzymslizzy.hubpages.com/hub/The- … land-CurseHas, for the second time, garnered the "malicious links" warning. I have checked. THERE ARE NO MALICIOUS LINKS IN THAT...
by Katherine Tyrrell2 years ago
I am getting really fed up with seeing this message2 potentially broken links have been detected in this Hub. They are highlighted below. You can correct the link by editing the containing capsule.The reason is because...
by Tony6 years ago
I have used the "suggest links" option today on my latest two hubs and had a couple of problems, one potentialy quite serious!The first was I clicked on a suggested word which was highlighted and nothing...
by Wesman Todd Shaw5 years ago
It's absolutely pointless to tell me that a link on a hub is a reported phishing site. . . .IF IT'S NOT GOING TO TELL ME WHICH LINK IS THE PROBLEM!It's absolutely ridiculous to NOT tell someone what link is a phishing...
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