How can ads be deleted when they come up over the hubber data lines beneath each hub picture? Not the profile data but the fan mail and subscribe data are blocked by the ads.
Anyone know how to eliminate this problem?
Most likely this is happening because your browser is not up to date and is having a layout error. Or at least, that's how I got rid of that overlap on my computer.
Relache got it...only your browser and others that are out of date display that way.So dont worry most people can view all the options just fine.
I have seen the behavior you are talking about on an older laptop.
What browser are you using? In most you can click the Help tab and you will find a "find updates" link
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