I switched to the new subdomain over the weekend and now when I try to publish a new hub I cant edit any of the modules.
I tried to write something in atext box yesterday and it would not let me. So I saved the blank hub and thought I'd work on it today.
Now when I try to open the hub to edit it I get the error message -
Something went wrong. Please hit refresh and try reloading this page
Can someone look into this issue???
Is there something I need to do?
I can edit the photo module but cant get the text module to work.
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