I wanted to provide a quick FYI on the automated content warnings that may appear on your Hubs. If you don't see the red skull icon next to a Hub in My Account > Hubs > Statistics, that does not mean that it is free of violations. The safest way to be sure is to check the black box at the top of each Hub for warnings. Generally, the violations that are not represented by the skull icon are less severe, but it's still a good idea to check if you have them.
Thanks to Gigglish for pointing this out!
Tim, the black box is viewable by only the Hub author in published/reader view. In short, just go look at the actual Hubs as someone else might view them.
I can see a black bar across the top of my hubs, but all the ones I have seen so far only have the edit/stats/delete buttons on them.
Does that mean that they have no warning against them, or am I missing something?
It sounds like the Hubs you checked don't have any warnings. You can see screenshots of warning messages in this Learning Center entry if you want to double check.
The warnings say so in plain language, so if you are not seeing any, you are doing just fine.
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