As far back as I can remember, there has never been a link for a person to download their own hubs to their hard drive. A little over 7 years I have been here and going through approximately 4 different computers to post, some of my articles have been lost over those years.
How hard would it be to set a link on our stats page where we can download all of our hubs without having to go to each hub and copying it?
Why bother. It takes less than 2 minutes to copy a post and paste it into a word processing program and then save it. It is not up to HP to provide this service, but it is up to those of us who want to save our work to take care of this chore.
In my case, I write the post on a word processing program and use a Grammar and Spell checker on it as well as a "find word" program to check for stuffed keywords, transfer it to the Hub Editor and then paste it into the word processor again and check it once more. This way I can catch mistakes and save my work at the same time.
There are a couple of easy ways to save your hub to your computer. The easiest is probably this: Right click, 'Save As'... 'Webpage, Complete' - that's the routine for the Chrome browser. Other browsers have a similar option but may word it slightly differently.
[edited to add]
Oops! Sorry, SirDent, I just noticed you said "without having to go to each hub and copying it..."
Oh well, I'll leave the above in case it is useful to someone else.
i have all my hubs backed up using a software that downloads websites. google it!!
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