I am finding tonight that the menu selections on my account page are coming up in the colour RED - is this happening to everyone?
I am finding it most difficult to read anything under the RED as the writing is in BLUE! What should I do? and also is this happening to everyone? as my eyesight is not that terrific I am quite discombobulated......and i don't like it.....help if you can please
Yes I had a similar problem a few days ago, but it all came good.
Gremlins in the wires it seems.
If you hold down shift and click refresh in your browser, that will force it to update any cached files. Doing that may help solve the problem you are having.
Paul thanks for your advice but that didn't make any difference......cheers
well I thought it didn't but 27 hours after following your suggestion I am able to report no more RED - great - but was it gremlins? was it holding down shift and clicking refresh or was it just a passing fancy of who ever knows what? however thanks to those who answered me.....cheers
The RED went and now after a two day reprieve it is back again!!! I just don't believe it,,,
and what is more after all these days the colour RED is still plaguing me - can anyone help please??
Have you tried viewing hubs at a friend's house to see if maybe the issue is with your computer? My computer is very wonky and many sites that look okay on other computers do not come up well on mine.
Thanks SweetiePie for this - I will try out your suggestion at the library - but I have to say this computer was only bought in September so I don't know what is going on - I did the shift/reload thing and the red disappeared for a few days but now it is back!
Funny thing - I seem to be talking to myself as no one else appears to be suffering in the same way - however I digress....the problem could lie with Firefox - I just found that when I go into hubpages through Internet Explorer *no red* but when I enter through Firefox *red everywhere* on all the links! so maybe I have inadvertently solved my own problem.....so for those who have the same problem, try changing your browser ... cheers
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