When i write a hub and publish it( like an example of "Recipe-Fried-Schezwan-Chicken",) the url is http://mkpaul.hubpages.com/hub/Recipe-F … an-Chicken
So when i want to link this hub in my profile page or somewhere else , i have to put the whole thing.But i want only "Recipe-Fried-Schezwan-Chicken" as my url, then what i should do?How i modify my link ?pls help
I have just followed the URL you gave, and apparently that page does not exist. Either you've deleted it already, or made some kind of copy & paste error.
You can't modify an URL, but it is possible to edit the text used to link to that URL. Simply use the 'edit' facility.
http://mkpaul.hubpages.com/hub/Recipe-F … an-Chicken
this is the proper link.I use it several time and link that and save.But it does not display at my profile
Check my profile where you can find this.But whenever i try to link the hub (write in bold letter) it doesn't reflect.
The link for this hub is http://mkpaul.hubpages.com/hub/Recipe-F … an-Chicken
If look on your profile page you will see hubs by M K Paul.. latest, hot, best.
Click on the hot tab and your Chicken recipe shows up there.
Welcome to HubPages and congrats on your HubNugget nomination!
Thanks for the wish.No i don't mean that, in my profile where i want to link my re recipe, but i can't
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