In Hub Traffic Statistics page, I noticed that some titles of my hubs are blue, others are gray. What does it mean?
I think they are normally blue, then turn gray if you have recently visited the hub.
The titles are hyperlinks, and your internet browser is usually set up so that recently visited hyperlinks are a different color than the normal hyperlink color.
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