I have a hub that keeps getting flagged as having broken links but when I click on the links, they are indeed still good links. How can I get rid of the broken links symbol? I just find it distracting.
It is possible that there is a bug in the system, but I haven't had a warning when there wasn't a broken link. I recommend you go to this page:
This page will identify the specific link in question. (The hub will also tell you that, but it is easier to see here. You can have the link be checked again on this page.
Thank you for that link! I tested it. It said it was a bad link but clicked on it from there and it still worked so I hit ignore. Simple solution. Thank you!
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