I am using the newest version of Firefox on a Windows 7 premium PC, but when the "Pin" and "Tweet" buttons appear on my hubs for sharing, there is no sign of the "Like" button for Facebook users. Yet there is an empty space where it should be. Is this normal, or has the "like" feature been removed? I am not seeing like buttons when I go to vote on other hubs either. I'd appreciate any advice on this. Thank you.
I don't see it either. I saw it shaded last night on one of my hubs, but this morning I don't see it, it's blank white space.
I don't see it on yours. I'm using Firefox 14.0.1 on a Mac. They were there yesterday.
I hope the glitch is fixed soon and that we don't lose the likes. I have a few hubs that generate decent FB likes.
Stats haven't updated and FB likes are still not showing..
If you could provide an example that would be great as I am using Firefox 14 in OS X and see the Facebook Like button on every Hub I have checked.
Have you tried clearing your browser cache?
I am using the same on the same computer. http://rebekahelle.hubpages.com/hub/Max … gest-Songs
I've restarted, but haven't cleared the cache. I will try it and let you know.
EDIT: That solved the issue. Thanks!
Now it is gone again. I can't see it. There are numerous threads with hubbers having the same problem.
EDIT: I cleared the cache and restarted and now I see them. Who knows why this keeps happening.. IDK.
Thank you everyone for the kind words and advice. I cleared the cache in Firefox and even re-installed it. I have the newest version of Firefox but still the buttons are not present. Weirdly I have been able to see all the bookmark buttons with current IE browser. Perhaps this is just a browser issue.
by What's News 7 years ago
I noticed last night that my Facebook Likes are gone. I had nearly 300 likes on one of my hubs alone and now they are all gone is anyone else experiencing this?
by Tony 5 years ago
Just noticed that the facebook like button is not showing in Firefox, although it shows up fine in Chrome when I looked.
by Kate Swanson 4 years ago
People are reporting that if a Hub gets made Editor's Choice, it loses its Facebook likes.This sounds like a real issue to me.http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/115381
by Melanie Palen 6 years ago
Yay! Today, I hit the 80,000 mark for Facebook likes on my Michigan Accents hub. I wish I had MORE hubs like this! I only published it in at the end of Nov 2011. So thrilled about this!
by kentuckyslone 7 years ago
Facebook "Likes" disappearing?I was looking at my hubs today and noticed one that has 0 Likes but the last time I looked at it it had over 30. I know that the users didnt remove their "Likes" because I was one who had clicked the Like button myself. Anyone else see this happen...
by Glenn Stok 6 years ago
I think it would be useful to have a column added to the statistics page that shows the total number of shares for each hub (Tweets and Facebook likes). There is not enough room to add two columns. So this could be a sum of all tweets and all Facebook likes in one column labeled "Shares"....
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