I've read what I could find and it's not because I'm not signed in to Facebook because I am. Someone else said give it time,which I have. Anyone have any ideas on retrieving it?
I can see the like button on your hubs. Have you tried a different browser? Your current one may not be loading it correctly.
I still can't see it in my Mozilla either, but if you can, that's great. I just swipe the url and share that way, but a lot of my traffic comes from friends who share and don't know if they 'd go to the trouble. I saw on the forum today that a lot of people are having same problem. Thanks for your help.
Yes mine has disappeared for several weeks. I use Firefox - I can see it OK in IE. This is covered on other threads but I don't know if HP are planning to fix it.
by Melanie Shebel4 years ago
The Facebook like button suddenly looks different to me. Is it new? I like it, it really seems to stand out more!
by Paul Maplesden4 years ago
Hi there,I'm not sure if this has been suggested before, but wanted to mention it.With the rising popularity of Google+ and the upcoming SEO refocus on social sharing and authorship, are Hub Pages considering adding...
by Tanya Jones3 years ago
It's been only six weeks since that fateful morning when I learned, before my morning coffee no less, that I'd be moving my lenses to HP. I seem none the worse for the event and am glad I made the move. You, fellow...
by Person of Interest3 years ago
I noticed on my Adsense that Google has suddenly become very unhappy about our not having the +1 button on our hubs.I know this issue has been addressed before. Looks like it is time to address it again.Google,...
by Melissa Flagg COA OSC5 years ago
I happened to notice the facebook button is missing from all my hubs and the hubs I've read recently. Where'd it go??
by Person of Interest6 years ago
Yes it has.
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