I published one yesterday after you mentioned that problem, and had to hit the button twice and so lost the opportunity to share it with twitter and facebook. Haven't written never mind published another onesince!
did you send them an email? im only saying don't panic because you might not think of every possible solution. I honestly dont know what you could do besides email them....breath....and maybe restart your computer one more time? good luck
I've tried opening it in it's own window and tried opening it in a new tab.
IE keeps getting an error, when loading a hubtool/create/name during the edit mode.
I've done everything to change/fix the problem, but the error keeps coming, and when it does, it locks up for a few seconds and then tries to reload in the edit mode? It keeps going in circles?????????
IE can always be the problem, it saves a lot of headaches in web browsing/publishing to just be able to pull up alternate browsers (firefox,chrome,opera) when necessary...its surprising how often it gets the job done...you dont always know why
and really IE just isnt as good as the others anymore
Sufis link is rather telling...bunches of people saying IE just doesnt work right!
I looked at this a bit. I believe the cause is a combination of Internet Explorer and the shear number of capsules in the hub. I was able to edit without trouble in Firefox. In IE I saw that an error similar to what you are reporting, but was able to go ahead and edit the hub by just ignoring the error, although things were a bit slow. I doubt that I have exactly the same Internet Explorer configuration as you, so it's hard to recommend a precise remedy.
We don't enforce any strict limit on capsules, but depending on your browser and configuration things may become less stable starting around 100-150 capsules. If you don't want to use firefox, I'd suggest adding a part trois and quatre.
Cags, I love ya hon, so take the advice, load Firefox. It doesn't take much time and you'll enjoy your internet so much more. I was a hard core IE fan for years, after I tried Firefox, I don't even think twice about IE anymore.
Cags, I was a die-hard IE user as well, but I have switched to Firefox because it just has fewer problems with the Hub Pages editors et al. I am finding it loads slower and I sometimes have to reboot, so it is certainly not perfect, but WAY fewer problems, especially with hubs that have similar titles - IE HATED my adventure series - that's when I switched, too. Made no sense to me either, so if you find out what the hiccup is, let us know. In the meantime, hang in. We're all happy to wait for your Hub, my friend.
I've had a similar problem in the past, and all i did was shut down IE and go to Firefox. The problem did not surface on FF. And it was only a couple of hubs too. IE is problematic many times as far as i'm concerned.
I love Firefox though I'm still learning it. I made the switch about six months ago after I started getting blue screen errors. I'm still getting blue screen errors but Firefox will reload my pages exactly the way they were before the crash, even including half-written web emails!! Don't remember IE ever offering that service!
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