I have black triangles appearing on some of my hubs. What's up with this? It tells me I have a broken link but they were working? Did they move the article? I hate to lose my work. Help!
Must I back track and recreate?
Have you tried the links to see if they are still working? Although the system has caught several legitimate broken links for me, I once had it pick up a link as broken but it was working fine. I just ignored it and eventually the black arrow went away.
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