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I have a few Hubs on the page my/hubs/stats showing as unpublished. What I mean by "showing as unpublished" is, the title text is colored in maroon in my list of Hubs. However, they still show up in Google search as well as on my Hubpages profile. And they are showing daily stats. I just can't understand why the text color if they are published? I have included a screenshot of the page here for reference.
Cant see the image properly minimized and even when I went to the source url it's still small. I'm guessing it's just the visited link colour. Because, I can clearly see the black Hubpages Featured symbol.
PS: Don't post stats on the forums. If the image was better, everyone could see what works for you and what doesn't - potential for people to steal ideas.
They are not unpublished that color is the visited link color.
So, if they are in representation for the color of visited links, why do the same ones appear this color even after I have logged out, cleared the browser cache and signed back in? Is there some sort of HTML glitch here going on with Hubpages? Btw... thanks for the heads up regarding display of the stats page.
there is no glitch. its just the way HTML works. it may have something still do do with your ram cache or tthe browser cache
As long as that solid black circle with the H is on the right of each hub, they are featured.
Some of mine are in a blue, different than the others, but they are featured. They were older hubs that I have not checked on in awhile. I looked at them, made a few changes and the color went away.
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