Please help. I am new to hubpages. I keep getting ''moderate own comment' in my comments column, after I have replied to a comment.
Do I click it, what is it please.
Best Wishes .
You can ignore that button. It is just in case you ever want to unapprove or delete one of your own comments.
Welcome to HubPages, Albion - I remember how confusing some of the terms and buttons were at first. You came to the right place; the forum is where we can ask for help and advice. Website Examiner nailed it - the words aren't a request to moderate your hub. As he said, it's a button you can use in the future if you want to delete a comment.
I hope you enjoy HubPages - there are some great people here!
Hello Website examiner. Thank you so much for your information. It is greatly appreciated.
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