Please help, I don't know how to fix broken links in my articles!
Usually broken links are due to a missing destination page.
Either the spelling is wrong on the url that you entered, or you need to find a new webpage to link to and replace the link with a new one.
To do this, edit the capsule, remove the old link, and replace it with one that works.
I hope this helps.
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Do I need to do something to fix a broken link?
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