I have a flag on my hub 4 Tips for Buying an Accurate Bible. Supposedly it has a broken link. But I tried them all out and they work fine. Could the flag be trying to tell me something else?
Have you put 'author's pic' in the URL section of your image capsules? That will cause a 'bad link'. Add it to the caption instead.
Also, I notice you have used some images from Flickr. Make sure they have a proper CC licence for commercial use on them. You should also link back to the actual image, not just to 'flickr.com'.
Only the top three in the list on that page are suitable for use here.
I have done everything raggededge suggested and everything I can think of yet that black exclamation triangle is still up on Tips for Buying an Accurate Bible. What else could it possibly be? All the links are good and I don't have any missing links.
I'm not sure if this is possible, but I will suggest it anyway... perhaps when Hubpages/Maven checked your page, one of the links was broken for some reason, but has since been repaired and your page hasn't been checked again, yet, by Hubpages, which is why the alert doesn't go away?
Go right to the bottom of your account/stats page. https://hubpages.com/my/hubs/stats
Click on 'check for violations now'.
See if that brings anything up.
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