If I revise my hub, how do I change the URL so it matches the title?
The only way you can change the URL of a hub is to delete it and republish it.
Believe it or not - the titles and URLs do not need to "match". You can not change the URL, but you can "edit" the title as many times as you like.
A hub I just wrote on this title-url mismatch issue:
http://casimiro.hubpages.com/hub/2012Se … BugFeature
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