What does it mean when your Hub Titles appear to be bolder than the rest on the "My Account" screen where it lists all of your hubs? I understand the up and down arrow indicators, but I don't always see the boldness, but I have quite a few that are bold right now.
Links generally are bolded (emboldened?), so they should be all the time.
I'm still confused. Mine aren't usually bold. Every now and then one or two are. RIght now a bunch are. I can only tell they are because they're bolder than the other stuff if that makes sense. I don't know how I'd tell if they were ALL bold.
Should I post this question somewhere else? I'd like to know the answer so that I can determine why some hubs of mine are bold and some aren't. I just wonder if it's an indication of work I need to do? Is the 'goal' to have them all bold? or not bold? Is one way 'good' and one way 'bad'?
Links you've visited will be a slightly different color than links that you haven't. I think that's the effect you are describing. How long your browser remembers visited links may vary, it is determined completely on the client side.
Are you saying if I have clicked on my own hub title in the body of my list of hubs (as the link it is) it may retain that for awhile and show it bold in the same way lists in Google or anywhere else show a bold/unbold difference in things you've clicked on? (long sentence...LOL) Now, that makes sense.
So, when a previous post said all of theirs are bold, it probably means they have accessed all of their hubs via that page in a short length of time (whatever time that is).
Gotcha. Thanks so much!!!!
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