I noticed that 2 of my hubs had the symbol for broken links. So I went and fixed my first hub and it still had the error. I decided just to delete all of the links. It still has the error. The second hub I haven't done anything to because I'm not sure why they are saying there are broken links in the first. And, they seem to be links to my own work. Are we no longer allowed to put links to our own hubs within our hubs? Please help me I'm completely confused.
by psycheskinner2 weeks ago
Broken links used to be highlighted in yellow, not it seems they are not? This makes it much harder to find and fix them. I am using Firefox, is it any better in any of the other browsers.
by Liz Elias3 weeks ago
This hub: https://hubpages.com/animals/Abandoning … nexcusableis flagged in my list of articles with the broken link warning symbol. I went to that hub, (yes, in edit mode), and there is neither the...
by Dolores Monet5 years ago
I have what appears to be way too many broken links - the links are to my own hubs. Testing the links, I see that the little link thingy on the accounts page seems to be off, as those hubs are still there. Anyone else...
by Paul Deeds8 years ago
We just made a small update to the site. The biggest change is the addition of the broken link report. It will show you broken links in your text and link capsules.We'll be trying to test all links about...
by Natalie Frank8 months ago
I have a hub that keeps getting flagged for two broken links which when I click on them go straight to where they are supposed to go. Although I keep asking for them to be retested they keep coming back as bad...
by Liz Elias3 years ago
Ok, this keeps happening to me. Well, two things with broken links. Both are annoying.1) There is a broken link warning; I go to edit the hub and fix or delete said link, and the broken link warning...
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