Hi I published a hub last night that doesn't appear to have published properly?
It's this one:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Kiva---Microlen … or-Poverty
I published it then got a screen full of garbage letters every time i tried to load it - regardless of which machine I put it on.
It also has NOT been notified to my fan club as far as I can see which is really disappointing as it is a hub about a charity and I was hoping to get publicity for them.
I can now view the hub and someoen told me they can see it too but they didn't get notified it had been published. If it was a regular hub I'd shrug shoulders about it, but as it was in a good cause aimed at getting publicity for a charity, is there anyway of redressing it and making sure the norification to fans goes out after the event?
No, this hub is NOT loading again and I get garbage across the top if the screen under the hub pages page header:
PLEASE can someone at hubpages investigate and sort this out and tell me if the hub is in fact corrupted in some way? If so I'll need to duplciate it and unpublish and republish I guess.
I saw your hub fine yesterday, but today all I can see is the rubbish you cut and pasted above, there's definitely something up.
That's what I saw when I first reported it. I do hope the HP team can sort it so I don't have to unpublish and republish - it has a good score and has been circulated widely as it's a "good cause" hub not just one of my usual pages...
Thanks for confirming it guys, hopefully this will pre-empt the usual "it must be your browser" suggestions as it clearly isn't...
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