Hi...I'm a new "Hubber", using Firefox. I've got a couple of hubs going, but I'm having problems with one of them (http://www.hubpages.com/hub/WordsOfW1zDom?done/). Scrolling down, on the left side, there's an Amazon link out of place, and I cannot do any editing on the hub to correct it!
There are supposed to be two Amazon capsules (side-by side, like the two e-Bay capsules). Can't delete capsules, can't edit or move them....can't do anything!
Anyone else ever experience similar things?
There was a bad link called AddMe in one of your link capsules. I fixed that link, you should be able to edit your hub again.
Aha...yeah, I see it looks much better now! Thanks for your assistance!
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