Before when I created a hub, links would be highlighted, prompting me to click, and then choose another hubbers hub. Now, nothing is highlighted, and when I hover my arrow over a word or words(s), it remains highlighted even if I haven't selected a hub to link to. I have received a broken link message, which seems to be the new default, but HubPages team, please know that it ain't MY fault.
by Simone Haruko Smith4 years ago
Top of the morning to you, gorgeous Hubbers!It is my pleasure this morning to announce the soon-to-come retirement of the Suggest Links Tool (that tool that you can activate at the top of your published Hubs, which...
by Mike Russo2 years ago
Have you had this happen to you? I searched for the highlighted broken link but I could not find one. So how do you clear the notice?
by Tony7 years ago
I have used the "suggest links" option today on my latest two hubs and had a couple of problems, one potentialy quite serious!The first was I clicked on a suggested word which was highlighted and nothing...
by Sally Gulbrandsen2 years ago
I like the new improved look of the stolen hubs link. Thanks, HubPages.I just wish it were more helpful sometimes! It can be so difficult to file a DMCA. It can take so much effort to track down the...
by Peeples5 years ago
I have tried on many of my hubs to suggest links over the past 2 weeks and can't. At first I thought it may be my internet but I am starting to think it isn't. I am operating windows 7 internet explorer. I hit the...
by Amie Butchko3 years ago
I was just thinking, it might be cool to have a point/counterpoint feature in which on author might provide a counterpoint to a hub already written. If they were both good, perhaps they could somehow be featured...
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