When I look at my list of 'hubs' they're sometimes all gray with a few blue titles, a few minutes ago they were all blue with a few gray - what does this mean?
WIth a few exceptions links that you have visited recently will be gray, links you haven't visited will be blue.
by Mary Craig 5 years ago
Have you used "Exclusive" titles yet?They pop up as you type but are they "use-able"?
by Ava Ming 3 years ago
Can anyone tell me why some of my titles are blue and others are pink/purple? This is on my accounts page.Many thanksInspiring Writer
by Cruncher 6 years ago
I haven't had any traffic on my hubs for a few days. Has something changed?Before that I usually had 1-2 a day. So this might just be bad luck/losing PageRank or something.
by Naomi's Banner 7 years ago
Why are some of the Hub titles now grey when some were originally bright blue? Is there a distinction made here for reason?
by Dennis Thorgesen 7 years ago
Why are three of my hubs showing grey instead of blue in the accounts section. Does this mean there is some type of problem with them? I am not seeing anything anywhere asking me to do anything with them.
by beth811 9 years ago
In Hub Traffic Statistics page, I noticed that some titles of my hubs are blue, others are gray. What does it mean?
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