highlighted Pink? I don't get it...I understand the blue ones
Pink indicates a forum topic which has been closed to replies if I recall correctly.
I know that I've seen several topics closed to reply, that is, I saw it at the bottom of the topic. But I've never seen one highlighted in pink! I've just scrolled through several pages of forum topics and can't find any. Is something wrong with my monitor?
by Credence22 days ago
Under the political issues forum, my discussion regarding congressman (John Lewis) was inadvertently deleted, is this a harbinger of Trump attempts to censor unfavorable comments? Can anyone check into this and let me...
by Ari Lamstein5 years ago
On Monday we released a new feature where users are able to follow forum topics more easily. (The original forum topic is here). While many users loved the new feature, there was one problem that emerged...
by Person of Interest6 years ago
Why does a new particular forum thread have red background? Danger? Embedded malicious link?I'm not going near it.It's in the unanswered section titled "Google Chrome or Firefox"
by Novel Treasure4 years ago
Hopefully I didn't miss the forum elsewhere, so if I did I apologize. But if I didn't miss it, I think it would be great to have a forum on gardening or living green or even both. I know a lot of us love to hub about...
by PR_am6 years ago
I understand that Sandpit is "good place for long meaningless threads" Yeah, a good place to unwind. All works and no play... Yes all that but why are more than half of forum topics games and plays? Don't get...
by Krysanthe3 years ago
I've been a member of many forums in the past, and they all had a thanks button for each post in the forum and each comment made on the post. I would LOVE to see this added to the HubPages forum!! ...
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