I can see the module without anything in it. When I start adding products, I can't see the previews. When I publish the article, I can't see the module at all. I do have the Firefox addons AdBlock Plus and Element Hiding for AdBlock Plus. But I've had them for a long time, and they never prevented me from seeing the Amazon module. Also, I can see the eBay module. Strange, huh?
Took a look at your latest Hub and can definitely see the Amazon Capsule (props on those detailed custom descriptions!).
If I were to guess what the problem is, i'd be the ad blocker (maybe it has been updated?). Check your Hub in another browser or temporarily disable the ad blocker to see if it might be the cause.
If you are still having issues seeing the capsules, the first thing to do is disable all your browsers extensions, especially anything that says it blocks ads.
If that doesn't address the issue, then try a different browser like Chrome.
You can find other trouble shooting steps here.
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/Diag … r-problems
It's not a big deal really. I just wondered if anyone else had experienced this. Thanks for all your suggestions, though. I really appreciate your concern.
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