When I visit the my account section (where one can see their own hubs), I see a strikethrough appearing on 2 of my hubs. Though they are both published and undeleted.
Anyone ever have the same problem ?
If there is a line through them, that means they are deleted. You should be able to undelete them (up to 24 hours after you delete them), by following the link to them, clicking EDIT and then pressing the UNDELETE button. If that doesn't work, please let me know.
On the same theme, how long should a deleted hub hang around in your hub list (e.g. in Account/stats) before it is finally deleted?
ah ofcourse... how awfully stupid of me
Thank you so much Paul HUGGGG !!!
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