until you publish a hub, supposedly, no one else can see it - but if that is so, how is it that content disappears before it is published. I am writing a hub about the movie Burlesque - I think I added too many links to the same site, but I hadn't published it yet, was still editing it, in fact, and some of my editing was lost - have any idea how and why that happened?
Adding too many links to a site has nothing to do with the missing content. Sometimes due to various reasons content you write isn't saved properly. Try recovering draft, worked for me.
Thanks for your help. I did recover the lost text because I had the stupid thing up in two windows - which made it look like I'd lost something. Maybe I am losing something, but it isn't text!! Fortunately, I didn't totally lose my temper so I deserve some congrats for that, anyhow.
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