Does anyone know what to do when a hub is marked as having a broken link, but no link is highlighted in yellow and when clicked on they all work?
I think there is another way if you go to the - my account and then view the broken links from the tab there (on the menu on the left) - they appear in a different way. Hope this works I am trying to remember as I usually find them through the yellow highlight method.
Thanks! I found it there--it was a picture caption link.
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