How do I unlink those underlined link suggestions?
I am not even sure how words got linked up on my poem I just put out there. Does the suggest link do its thing automatically? May I hit the link button in error, but wish to undo the link? Help!
The green button at the top of your hub should say, "Hide Links". If you click on that, it should take away the links.
If a link is underlined that means it's an advertisement. I'm not entirely sure how to get rid of them unless you block ads, but I feel that defeats the purpose on hubpages considering people make money from the ads.
What do the underlined links look like? Are they red? I had this happen to me, and it turned out to be ad links from a download that I didn't even know I downloaded. If they are red, check that you haven't downloaded some strange program or internet app. When I removed it, the red links went away.
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