How are we supposed to know which link offends the hubstaff if they don't tell us? Are we just supposed to do an eenie meenie miiiinnnneeeeeeee moe?
go to your stats page and click needs revision on the drop down box there you will see if you have any hubs with the cute skull.....jimmy
when you go into edit the hub there is an option that highlights the broken links
The red skull does not refer to broken links. The red skull refers to "phishing sites" - but no links are highlighted at all, and that is the problem.
The cute little red skull of doom tell us exactly shit. It does not tell us or highlight the offending links of sin, it's quite a useless bit of guessing game.
Have you tried clicking edit and clicking on the violation link at the top of the hub. That usually tells you exactly what the offending site is.
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