I notice a lot of hubs have their keyword tags (located on the right side of the page) on a white background, and the little "x" in the red box (for deleting tags) is not visible. How do you accomplish that? I've looked everywhere trying to figure it out?
The little red Xs only show up to you on your own hubs, since those can be edited by you. How you see other's Hubs is how we see yours.
Thanks RELACHE, That makes sense. I have to keep in mind, even when I'm not in "edit" mode, if I'm logged into my account, my view will be different than if I was just a visitor! (duh) Thanks for the wake up!
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