Someone posted a comment to my hub who doesn't have a clickable i.d. How do I search for posts by this hubber (if there are any), or does a non-clickable i.d. mean that there are no posts. Can I view their profile some other way?
More than likely, are they just a troll?
If the name is not clickable it means that the commenter did not post using a HubPages account. If there is an arrow symbol next to the link and the link doesn't go to a HubPages profile page that means the anonymous poster entered a URL along with their comment. In the comment capsule you can specify whether or not to allow anonymous comments, the default is to allow them.
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