I have some broken links in my hub, how do I replace them with web archive links?
I realized my hub has links that are no longer available, or no longer on topic of my hub. When I try to replace it with a web archive link, I can't click on it (little pointing hand does not appear) when I am through editing. What am I missing? What am I doing wrong? My hub is not very helpful if people can't look at the links that pertain to it. I appreciate any help. Thanks.
You need to highlight the text, click on the "break link" icon and it should disappear. Then you can insert a new link.
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