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    SirDentposted 4 years ago

    Recently when I was creating a new hub, I couldn't use the link I wanted to use because a warning popped up telling me that link was already used.  I know before the  subdomain switch this was the case.  The links are different now because of the subdomains. 

    For instance, if I wanted to write a hub titled John Henry's Hammer, the link would be

    Another hubber would have a similar link but not the same link http://anotherhubber.hubpages/hub/johnhenryshammer

    So why is there still a duplicate link warning when the links are different now?

    Do not click those links above because they are dead.

    1. melbel profile image92
      melbelposted 4 years ago in reply to this

      For some reason the url slug maker thingie is looking just at

      I think when HP first rolled out subdomains, someone suggested allowing users to use subdomain unique slugs vs site unique slugs (which we've got now.) I think HP said they may allow it in the future.

      I think there might be some possible reasons against it though, but I can't think of them off the top of my head, sorry. sad