New to HP here. Tried using the Hub Hopper.
I can see that there is information at the bottom of the hopper relating to the score you're giving something, but it's not fully readable.
There may even be additional questions or control buttons there, but no way to tell
The hopper extends down past the start bar on my browser and there's no way to scroll it.
I'm using the latest version of Firefox and my screen resolution is 1366x768.
You are not alone. It's been happening to me, too, for quite some time.
Just open one or more of these links in a separate window:
This is the ratings chart for creative writing like poems and short stories:
This is the ratings chart for articles:
Here are examples of Hubs and what ratings they received:
Be careful about how you rate Hubs, because the scores you give are evaluated, too, and if you are consistently off-the-mark, your ratings are devalued.
Thanks much for the info!
Also, is there a way to get to the hub hopper without having to relocate this page? http://hubpages.com/faq/#hop
Go to My Account statistics page, at top on left it says, "Help us out, Hop some Hubs". Click on this and you go to Hub Hopper.
In Hub Hopper there is the Hub on the right side and the ratings on the left side. The right side moves up and down with the sidebar (I have just checked). The left side stays put because there is no reason to move the ratings, being that they are so small. I have never had a problem with seeing them.
I have that happen from time to time. Sometimes using the tab key helps.
I played with it for a bit. It seems the bottom line in the evaluation box is the option to hide or not hide the explanations.
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