sallybea: We are talking about using the hub pages search bar and the fact that it is not working. If you put in your search term, question etc, all you might see is the name of one or more hubbers.
It's working for me, from Chrome and from Firefox, signed-in and signed-out.
I have had the search box that appears top left next to HubPages act screwy today, also. Two separate times, when trying to see about signing into Google Analytics, below is the amusing message that I saw:
The thread is marked "RESOLVED", however, I am still getting goofy results. Hm....
It isn't resolved because the HP search is acting up again doing the same thing.
Exactly Stacie! I know the learning center exists, but according the search it can't be found, there is a misspelling, etc, etc. Working or not, most of the time I use the search engine search bar to find what I want.
Yep, not working again!
Bit of a pain because I'm looking for a forum discussion that has info in it that I need.
EDIT: just had a thought....I'll use Google to find the forum thread instead lol
Yep, I just had the same problem. A user name showed up, but that was it.
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