When will hubpages fully support Googles browser, Chrome. When I go to create a new hub via the Chrome browser I get the following message
"HubPages may not work with the browser you are using
We aren't sure that this part of HubPages will work with the browser you are using. For the best experience, please use one of the following free browsers.
FireFox: 1.5 or higher
Internet Explorer: 6.0 or higher"
Google chrome is a beta version.
It is not complete, and it would be a waste of time for HubPages to try and try to accommodate something that will probably go through several different stages before the final version is released.
If you want to go onto the bleeding edge of technology, be prepared for some glitches.
by Writer Fox15 months ago
I know that HP often recommends using Chrome to better display the HP website.This tops today's headlines:"Google is listening to you, Israeli tech-blogger reveals""Internet giant takes heat after...
by guidebaba8 years ago
I'm Loving it....Whole New experience...Super fast... WOW !!!
by Dave McClure7 years ago
I've just written, edited and published a hub using the Google Chrome browser. Until recently, there was always a message saying the browser wasn't fully compatible and some aspects might not work. Today, no message and...
by rebekahELLE3 years ago
Is this browser related? I saw them 2 days ago. I'm using FF 16.0.2. I know a more recent version has just been released, but I haven't updated. Is anyone else experiencing this problem?
by jellygator4 years ago
I've been using Chrome to create and edit my hubs for quite a while now. Suddenly I've been having problems. A few days ago, I found that when pulling up a module to edit, and then going to another site to cut/paste its...
by coder eye8 years ago
Here's again a googly from google!Has anybody tested the Chrome Browser from google yet?
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