Whenever I click on a "read more" link on my feed page I am bounced back to the top of the page and not to the continuation of the thread. This means I am unable to offer advice to people seeking to get their articles through QAP.
I seems to work in Google Chrome, which I hate because I've used IE for ever and am too old to take to change easily. My problem not yours.
Will a tech person please check feed page and comments. Something has been wrong all day. Most of the posts are in other Community forums. Thanks.
Further to that, my Feed page hasn't updated for a couple of days.
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