So I'm reviewing one of my old Hubs and decide to check the quiz statistics on the quiz on that Hub and it says that the quiz was taken x amount of times, zero times on Hubpages, x amount of times on another site.
Just wondering where and how that quiz appears elsewhere. I think I'm okay with it, just wondering how that happens; that a quiz on a Hub on Hubpages is taken somewhere else, on another site.
I think someone took the code to embed the quiz into his/her website. It's just like embedding YouTube videos as far as I can say.
Oh. And are you a Squidoo transfer? Because that might also explain "amount of times on another site."
That makes sense, I bet that's exactly what happened; they embedded the quiz on another site.
No, not a Squidoo transfer. Been writing mostly here at HP and was reviewing an old Hub. I did have a Squidoo account with not many articles that I transferred but it isn't this account.
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