My Hub is Amazing Honey, but the URL says: http://wisemans.hubpages.com/hub/I-Did- … ness-Month
HUH??? This Hub is NOT about Psoriasis and I can't seem to change it to the correct name?
Can you help?
can't you just go into "edit" and change the title?
The same thing happened to me. I started out with a different tittle and when I changed my Hub title the url still has the old title in it.
Did you possibly start it on one topic and then change the title?
I think the URL is permanent once it is created. You may need to create a new hub with your title- this should create a new hub with URL "amazing honey" rather than "psoriasys". Build your article in the new hub and then delete the psoriasys hub.
I think the only thing you can do is unpublish the hub, create a new one and copy your old content into the new one. Then when you put Amazing Honey in the title it should change to the correct URL. Our URLs are set by whatever the first title we type in. Only way to change is to unpublish.
Did you by chance click on an Exclusive title before publishing this? That's the only thing I can imagine that might have given you a different URL for a second...
But what your fellow Hubbers say is right- there's no changing the URL now; you'll have to delete and re-publish the Hub (I'd wait a couple of days in between so we don't see it as duplicate content) to make sure it has the correct URL. Sorry for the inconvenience!
by JourneyHolm 2 years ago
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by hungrymouse 8 years ago
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by SarahSilver 5 years ago
Im posting this question separately so It doesnt get lost in the other threadhow do I change a URL on a hub? Can't see where to do it when editingthanksSar
by Dot1122 7 years ago
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by Mary Hyatt 6 years ago
I'm sure you folks are too smart to do this, but I just did! I misspelled the word "depression" in my latest Hub! Taught me a good lession: go slower. Now it's there and there is nothing I can do about the URL. I did edit the title to correct.
by vividmemories 6 years ago
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