On my account page all my hubs are in purple and one is blue, how come one is blue?
I figure this has something to do with links, I know it is not because I clicked on it because that has nothnig to do with it-I have tried and others stay purple after clicking on them.
Once you clear your browser and login again they will all be blue.
That is what happens to mine, I expect it will happen to yours also.
As Elsie mentioned, this is simply the different colors for Hubs that you have viewed (purple) and those you have not (blue).
Click on a blue link, launch that page ..... and then hit the back button. You will find that the blue link would now have turned purple. Your browser remembers the links you have visited and presents them to you in purple. If you go to Tools > Options > Clear History / Clear Cookies, and then get back to your accounts page you will find all the links blue once more. By this action you have erased your browser's memory associated with your clicking. All links will appear blue once more. By default, un-clicked links are blue. However, the webmaster, via the HTML code can decide the color of the clicked link. Happy clicking!
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