About a week ago I posted about a bug in the new site layouts where the SOURCE link was not showing up under the images. This means any images requiring attribution are being used inappropriately and possibly illegally on the niche sites.
Eventually there was a response that the bug was reported, but a week later the issue remains. Is there a fix for this in the works? I know there was the holiday, but its seems an issue like this would be a fairly high priority.
I also noticed there is no source link in mobile view. Is this normal?
Funny you posted this! I too was asking a similar question. http://hubpages.com/community/answer/27 … swer840693
This issue has been resolved. You can now view image sources on Network Sites.
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