I was told to remove unnecessary links from my hub page https://hubpages.com/art/MAKE-CANDLES-THAT-MAKE-MONEY ; In order to have it moved to a specialty hub called Felt Magnet. I have tried breaking the links, and also retyping the words. The links keep coming back?
I can't see any author-added links on your page. Maybe you have succeeded already?
Thank you Will Apse.. The links I’m referring to are the ones that keep getting added in when I type are random word.. Is this something I cannot change? I thought that is what they were referring to?
I can't see any links, but for future reference, highlight the anchor text and click on the icon on the edit toolbar that looks like a broken chain. If you just delete and retype, you won't be able to get rid of it easily.
Thank you theraggededge!The little links I am referring to show up on everything I put on the Internet. The word turns blue with an underline. The first one I see on my page is the word adhesion? So maybe this is just something that automatically happens??
Adhesion has no link when I view your page. I am wondering if you have a virus/malware/unwanted browser extension.
Something like this: https://malwaretips.com/blogs/underline … s-removal/
Hope that site is legit, lol.
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