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What does it mean when facebook says that link is broken.

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Good evening Josephlorain,

That sounds like someone has posted a link to another website (Yahoo / Youtube etc), BUT the link directs you to a page on the web that has either been deleted, or moved in the hosting website's folder to a different digital location. It may be that the original link was miss-spelt, in which case you would have to go to that website, and follow as far as possible, from one page to the next. You would be able to start at the website, 'home' page, and look on the link for a description of where the page is held, much like trying to find a document in your computer's hard drive.

If you could post the link as a comment (So long as it is not "adult" or "violent" etc), on Fixya.com, maybe I could see where it went wrong, I'll certainly do my best. It would help too, if you could let us know what you're expecting to see.

Thank you for asking.

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