A friend reported a couple of “broken links” she ran across, but didn’t remember where they were. I then went to a website “brokenlinkcheck.com”. It came up with 115 broken links, which are all from a subdomain deleted a couple of weeks ago https://alloy.familyhistory.education. I was using that as a test domain before publishing to the current one https://blog.familyhistory.education. What is interesting is that I put the correct link into their text box (the blog. one), and they are coming up with broken links on the "alloy.fam… one).
Question #1) why is that program even looking at alloy.familyhistory.education instead of the blog.familyhistory.education? That folder is not even on my hosted server. I checked the setting in RW and they are all correct in going to the blog address.
#2) If I click on their URL to go to the bad links, this is what they highlight on each of the 115 broken links. I have no idea what that information means. Maybe someone may have some information.
#3) I went through each of the blogs, and then links correctly go where I want them to go.
Any ideas what may be happening with the seemingly automatic jump from the “blog” subdomain to the nonexistent “alloy” one?