I had a hub unpublished and I've resubmitted it for publication and now I have broken link triangles for a bunch of hubs I had linking to it? what should I do, what until it is republished?
Up to you. You won't get any HP moderation trouble from leaving a broken link there, but if it's one that is regularly clicked by users, you may annoy them. And Google probably won't be impressed by a link that goes nowhere. But if it's only for a few days, from low traffic hubs, I'd say just leave it.
by Steve Andrews 6 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 Mike Russo 3 years ago
"A potentially broken link has been detected in this Hub."Has anyone else had this flag and after checking the links, there was nothing wrong?
by Paul Deeds 9 years ago
We just made a small update to the site. The biggest change is the addition of the broken link report. It will show you broken links in your text and link capsules.We'll be trying to test all links about once a week, and re-test broken links every 24 hours or so. A link could be...
by Mike Russo 3 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 Rochelle Frank 5 years ago
I have a YouTube video at the bottom of a hub which used to be viewable, but now is not. However, the introductory still picture still shows up and it is very pertinent to the subject. It is of a piece of art that was auctioned at a record breaking price. The question is: is it all right to leave...
by Eric Dockett 3 years ago
I just found a (!) warning on one of my Hubs, due to two broken links to my own Hubs. Clicking on the links led to 404 error pages. But the pages the links were supposed to go to still exist, and are still published and featured. It seems the links should have been good.I went into the Hub and...
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