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.
by Roberta Kyle 6 years ago
I've posted in the " need help" forum and finally, a couple of days ago, sent an email to Hubpages asking for help, but no answer. This is my last ditch attempt to get an answer. Here's the problem. My hub about the Icelandic Christmas Lads...
by nataliemarie71 8 years ago
Hi guys for one of my hubs, I have a black triangle with a ! in it. Can someone explain that to me?It says it means that I have a broken link, but I do not know what that means.
by Lori Colbo 8 years ago
One of my hubs has the black triangle, something about a link being broken? What does that mean?
by Xenonlit 6 years ago
http://xenonlit.hubpages.com/hub/Some-F … y-IncidentThis article is about the pepper spray incident at UC Davis, California. It describes how pepper sprays come in various concentrations and why the pepper spray concentration was improperly applied in the faces of the protesters.In fact, the...
by Yvonne Spence 4 years ago
I have broken link error message on this hub http://hubpages.com/hub/Where-to-Find-P … -The-WorldI have tested this link and it works fine. I even redid it a few days ago, but the error message is still there. Any ideas what more I can do, other than remove the link?
by Rafael Baxa 9 months ago
I got the broken link message for this link - https://newsstand.google.com/ in my article, but the link seems to be working just fine.In the broken links page, it says "Error: 403 Forbidden" and when I tried the retest button, it says "link bad".What should I do? The link in the...
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