I have been writing a "how to" on my hub page for over a week now. Today I logged in to write more and all I get is the error, "410. That page doesn't exist."
Have I lost over a weeks work?
Is there a way to get all my sleepless nights of work back?
I am too scared to put endless hours of work back into it again if this kind of thing happeneds often.
Adam, you are trying to find your Hub from the URL, but the URL is not online yet because you have not published your Hub.
Go to your My Account page, find it on that list, and click on the link there. This will take you to the Hub you are writing and you will be able to edit it there. (You have to be logged in to see your Account page.)
Thank you for replying so quickly.
Unfortunately the page says No Hubs found.
I might just have to bite the bullet and start over again. May be I should write it out on my computer first and then copy it over to my hub page, that way I don't lose all my work again.
Deep breath, here I go again.
Wish me luck,
You must have been writing the Hubpage somewhere if you've been working on it all week. Are you sure you went to your account page? (The link below will take you there.)
Or might you have another account?
I had saved a shortcut on my desktop to lead me back to the page I was working on.
This may have been the issue, I am not too sure.
I will login to my account from now on and select my hub to edit from there.
Yes, I only have one account. This will be my first hub when I am finished.
Thank you for your help.
Don't use a shortcut to an unpublished hub, these will expire. Make a shortcut to your account page.
Have you been writing in HP Start a Hub or using a word processor, blog, Squidoo, other?
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