On my hubs the whole right column with my pic, ad and similar hubs have been placed at the very end of my hub making it the last thing people read. I don't really like it too much. It will make people much less likely to click on the ad and people will have to scroll all the way down just to see similar hubs.
Well, I've just noticed mine is the only one. I viewed my hubs with Internet Explorer and they looked fine but when I switched back to firefox the whole column was back down at the bottom yet everyone else looks normal. Can someone go to my hubs and see if they look the same to you?
Nevermind guys.. thanks for your help. My husband fixed it. I had somehow changed the FF layout by accident. Sorry to bother you but thank you for the help
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