I noticed that as well. I'm not sure I care for the mobile layout personally.
It took me a few minutes to figure out where all the buttons had moved to. I thought something had gone wrong with my cell phone. Haha
I thought it was my Kindle Fire. Somehow I was able to navigate to what I'm used to. Was everything really huge?
In the left-side menu, toward the bottom, hit "Desktop Site." That'll change you off of the mobile version entirely. Just in case anyone else doesn't care for it.
Yeah, part of this update is that they moved the "Switch to Desktop"! It used to be that you could just scroll to the bottom of whatever page you were on and then turn Mobile on or off. When I signed in on my tablet a couple days ago, I started freaking out and thought I was going to have to use the mobile mode from now on! Luckily I discovered where they're hiding the desktop version!
Sometimes I use my tablet as an alternative to my computer. So when I sign into HubPages, I really want a good look at everything! No offense, but you can't exactly do that with the mobile version.
I find that the mobile display on an iPad is horrible and always use the desktop version.
Ditto, ditto, ditt...
I don't like it. I always use desktop. Thanks.
Me too! I always use the desktop version - thanks for letting me know where I can find it!
by larryfreeman 9 years ago
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by Tamarajo 4 years ago
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by Sherry Venegas 2 years ago
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