Why my answers at HubPages highlight "Thumb Up" position immediately after I submit my answer. I see that other answers are neither highlighted "Thumbs Up" nor "Thumbs Down". The cursor shows that HP community can highlight the answers and Rank the answers Up and Down. What does it mean. Who does the final ranking at HP.
All Answers start out with one up vote. If someone votes the Answer down, it will have none. Only people vote on Answers (there is no back end algorithmic voting going on, in other words).
Hope that clears things up!
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