While broken links being highlighted is ten kinds of cool, the yellow is hard to see on a white background sometimes. It is especially hard to see when the link is small. Could we change from yellow to red? It sure would cut down on eye strain. Just a thought.
Love the suggestion, and I think it should be pretty easy for us to implement, so I'm starting a ticket for that now.
I agree. Even a darker yellow-orange would be easier to see.
by Mike Russo 3 years ago
Have you had this happen to you? I searched for the highlighted broken link but I could not find one. So how do you clear the notice?
by Janis Leslie Evans 3 years ago
Matthew, I got a broken link icon for this hub. When I put it in edit mode, nothing is highlighted. I deleted one pic I thought it might be and two promotional comments with a website.com. It's still saying that the broken link is there but I can't find it. Please check,...
by Eric Dockett 4 years ago
I had a (!) broken links warning this morning on a recently published Hub, but it was not immediately evident why. No highlighted link when I went into edit mode. Are we still supposed to get the highlighted link with the new changes? I didn't see anything with a strike-through either.I had to go...
by Katherine Tyrrell 3 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 NO LINKS ARE SHOWN as broken or potentially broken. There's nothing I can do as...
by cbl12 4 years ago
I did see there was some on this, and it said to go to a site through a link to check the http status of my link in question. This site said the link was OK, but only when I put in an alternative URL, since I changed the name of the Hub from its original...
by David Pinkney 7 years ago
Do you all use the link suggestion tool?it says that there should be a link suggestion at the top of your page on your hubs, but i've looked at all my hubs by cant find this, any help.
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