I have this little symbol next to two of my hubs in my account, saying that they have been removed or aren't otherwise accessible. I can still access them, and was wondering if anyone else can.
I'm not 100% sure this is the right place to ask, so if not, feel free to boot me out of here. OR, if you CAN access, feel free to critique and maybe I can spiffy up my hubs a bit.
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Survive- … inancially
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Effectiv … -Head-Lice
I was able to get to both of them and I didn't see anything terribly wrong. I don't know what they were marked for. Did you fix them and resubmit for publication already or have you made any changes since the symbol showed up? You can also check your email, there should be an email as to why they were removed.
I'm glad you were able to access them. I have no idea why they were marked. One has been marked for three days, the other was only marked today. I changed nothing on them. I've gotten no emails on them being removed. It's not like they're really new - they've both been out there for several weeks.
And those little black triangles with the exclamation points are still there! Argh!
The black triangles with the exclamation marks just mean that the hub contains at least one broken link. I get those occasionally.
Just open the hub and get into edit mode. The broken link should be highlighted in yellow.
If you go to http://hubpages.com/my/hubs/broken-links you can tell them to test the link again. The stuff of mine they marked were fixed that way.
Thanks both of you! I guess I need to double check what I'm doing as far as the links. I went back and put a key into some links, and I think that threw everything off. Not only did my hub karma drop by about 30, but now all of a sudden they are coming back as broken links. Maybe I am putting the key in the wrong place or something. Thank yall so much for the help. The little black thing didn't say "broken links," so I really was a bit clueless!
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