Can someone help please. my ketogenic diet article has a broken link. it was edited and thier link doesnt work. how do i get it fixed when they added the info and changed what i had there. Is there an admin who can fix it?
Hi, Terrielynn. Could you post the link to the article?
I didnrt think we were suppose to post links but here it is. please remove if not allowed. https://caloriebee.com/diets/The-Ketoge … s-Benefits
You are allowed to post HubPages links
Can you provide more details? What info and which link did they add? Only you can see what's been changed.
You can reply to the mail they send you about the ediiting or you can write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
no it was there new type of editing after the person who is a professional evaluates the article and then it was edited and everything good. its hubpages article page that is now showing showing a broken link so there is no email about it. but thank you for trying to help.
Thank you all for helping. I think I have it fixed now. You make this group wonderful. I hope everyone has an amazing day.
If the link doesn't work, you are allowed to delete it.
I'm curious, were you notified about the Expert Review and did you get a chance to express your opinion?
There is a very long thread here, where Paul announced the feature, and a lot of Hubbers were VERY upset about it, as you'll see if you read through the thread. Oddly, we didn't hear much from authors who had actually received an expert review on one of their Hubs.
https://hubpages.com/community/forum/14 … rt-reviews
Hi Marissa, thabnk you for the info. this was very recently. I was ust told they were doing it. The review showed up and no i wasn't given a choice. I will read the article thank you again. oh i didnt know we could delete it, wonderful info. have a great day.
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