Do symbols stay on your hubs after you make corrections?
If a broken link symbol has appeared on one of your hubs & you have corrected it & it tells you it is no longer broken, will the symbol disappear from your hub or does it stay there?
I've had this exact thing happen in the past with broken links. My experience is when I discovered exactly which link was broken, and after I removed it the symbol disappeared. If you've done all of this then maybe you still have ANOTHER broken link somewhere that you are unaware of. I hope this helps. Try looking again, and keep on hubbing
Sometimes that broken link warning is glitchy. I would give it a day and if the symbol is still there but you can't find the broken link, send a short message to the staff and a moderator will clear your article manually.
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