I'm so discouraged on editing this hub, I'm about to delete it. I've just unpublished for now, and really don't have time to even try to fix it.
While trying to correct the formatting problem, I cut and pasted a portion, and lost all my links. Is there any way to get them back without having to search the internet again, and put them all back in?
If not, I'm just going to delete the hub, because it's not good without the links.
I don't think there is a way, sorry...
I usually compose (and edit) all what I publish offline in Word or Notepad, or whatever is your editor of choice. And then just copy-paste. This way no website glitches can hurt me bad
I know, but you can only copy and paste in plain text, and that takes out all the links. We need to be able to retain formatting, including HTML, when you copy/paste.
I just went and checked one of my hubs and - yes - you are right! Yeah, it would be great if we have an option of plain HTML editor in addition to WYSIWYG...
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