Hi, I hope someone can help here.
When I log into my Hubpages account, the screen that comes up is not the usual pretty hubpages format. What comes up is a very basic white screen, with all of the information written in black or blue for links and all in a list. I am using the computer at my local library, as my computer at home no longer works.
Has anyone else experienced this?
How can I log in and get the proper hubpages pages to come up?
I hope someone can help.
Kind regards, Rontlog.
Have you simply tried reloading the page? It sounds like you've describing a simple loading error, where the CSS messes up.
If you are a new user of the computer at your library, perhaps you should talk to the librarian about your problem. Their computers might be better with Firefox or Explorer or something else.
It might be a problem they are familiar with. Good luck getting it to work!
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