If your hub is on a niche site your not allowed to edit at all or add more to it? This question may have been answered before but I haven't been on much lately.
Okay then if one of my hubs is now in a niche and I viewed the edited version and saw areas where certain capsules were deleted when they posed no threat to the hub's integrity, then why take them out to begin with? And why do the HP nichers have the right to take out things that might have taken us long periods of time to research in order to use in our hubs?
No that is not true. I edited one of my articles on a niche just the other day. You just need to log into the niche site.
You don't even need to do that. Even if a hub has been moved to a niche site, it is still listed on your Stats page, and can be edited just like any other hub.
The only issue is that if you go back and edit it after it has been snipped, and you put in a bunch of Amazon/eBay capsules, or add a bunch of links that were snipped out, it may be unfeatured, or unpublished.
I actually did go back into one of mine, and added an Amazon capsule, because it had great relevance to the hub, and I put in a line of text saying why I liked that specific product, so they can be added back in as long as it is clearly relevant to the hub, can give a reason why, and as long as you don't go overboard.
Just go here and edit your hub: http://hubpages.com/my/hubs/stats
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