When I log out of my HubPages account and view my hubs to see what they look like to non-hubbers, the formatting is frequently all messed up. The hub content will all be shifted to the left hand side of the screen and the ads will be overlapping my content (see example below). This does not occur 100% of the time, but frequently enough to have me concerned.
Has anyone else experienced this, or is it a problem with my browser?
This looks like an issue related to Internet Explorer 9. We're looking into it and should have it fixed sometime today. Thanks for reporting. I'll update this discussion when it's fixed.
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