One of my hubs has the black triangle, something about a link being broken? What does that mean?
Once you go into edit mode for that particular hub it normally highlights the potentially broken link in yellow to make it easier to find.
If you go into the bad links section of your account, you can see a list of all bad links on your hubs:
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 Kelly Kline Burnett 8 years ago
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?
by Wesman Todd Shaw 7 years ago
It's absolutely pointless to tell me that a link on a hub is a reported phishing site. . . .IF IT'S NOT GOING TO TELL ME WHICH LINK IS THE PROBLEM!It's absolutely ridiculous to NOT tell someone what link is a phishing site link, or the problem link.I create hubs with LOTS of links in them to sites...
by Alison Graham 11 months ago
Two of my articles on PetHelpful are showing as having broken links. In the first instance, when I look at the article, the link is a picture. This link http://www.sxc.hu/photo/679862 is showing as broken but is in fact clearly showing as a black cat drinking so I think this may be a 'glitch'? In...
by Steve Andrews 5 years ago
Today I have had several alerts for broken links in my hubs that turned out to be videos and all were actually working when I tried playing them,
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...
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