I'd like to see the "Share It Button" and the "Thumb Up and Down Ratings" buttons as a capsule that could be moved around according to how you wanted your hub set up. Sometimes I have all good intentions of giving a thumbs up to a hub, but I get caught up in the comments and forget.
I will usually read comments before I even think of rating a hub. Maybe it's just me?
Eh... I like the way it is.. It's not in the way where it is. I do like compu-smarts suggestion of somehow revealing the share-it bookmarking options but make it so that they're not obtrusive.
by sunforged2 years ago
Had trouble sleeping, got up to look at the snowfall here in NY, grab some tea and a cigarette.Sat down to check my mail real quick.WooHoo 7 new comments since I tried to go to sleep 3 hours ago! Nothing...
by Debra Allen7 years ago
Carrie Bradshaw is going to flag one of my hubs because she does not like what she is getting back to her responses.Now I know Maddie Ruud, will not like this thread and will probably stop it. I ask you all to...
by Sally Gulbrandsen2 years ago
A guest user commenting on one of my Hubs/ They wanted to cut and paste an image with their comment after they had successfully completed one of my Wet Felting Tutorials. They commented that they did not have this...
by Aaron LeBauer4 years ago
I just created a new hub<link snipped>and after publishing it, I wanted to use the referral tracker link that accessed by using the "share" button at the bottom of my other hubs.what am I missing?
by Sam Montana4 weeks ago
Just wondering why the Twitter share button no longer shows on articles?
by Lisa McKnight4 years ago
I often read. Then I read the comments. I'll only comment if I agree. I often click the buttons and the up button but don't leave a comment. What do you do?
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