What is the reasoning with all the cross outs?
Seeing links, profile names, etc all crossed out. One can still follow them but they are crossed out.
The colours of crosses tell you what each means, you can choose to ignore, but if many of your links ended up broken then potentially you can loose traffic, ignore a few but if it gets heavy breakages within your hub links then check all - if that is your question of needing?
I think we are talking two different things. I am asking about "strike through" I believe is the actual term. Where there is a line through the actual words. I am seeing it on people's names where it links back to their profile as well as some of the links to amazon.com. I can still follow the links perfectly fine though so the link isn't broken.
by Luis E Gonzalez 4 years ago
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by getitall 8 years ago
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by seanorjohn 8 years ago
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by Jacob Horning 12 months ago
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by Katherine Tyrrell 3 years ago
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by Kathryn L Hill 4 years ago
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