Hi I was editing my hub and it has now completely moved over to the right hand side.
The Hubpages Logo etc. is still in the central position.
The Edit/StatsDelete button are still in the correct place, beneath the main Hub logo.
However all of my Hub content is right over on the other side
Title of the hub is:
Sex and the British Teenager Teen Mothers and Teen Pregnancy Statistics
I have tried editing it to see if it repairs the glitch, but it is still not displaying properly. My other Hubs are OK.
What can it be?
I've just had a look and it looks fine to me? All your content is on the left, as is the same with every other hub in the new wider design.
Thanks for the reports.
We are aware of this issue and are working to fix it at this time.
I have just been informed that we deployed a fix for this.
Make sure to clear your browser cache and restart your browser.
Thanks for your patience!
Weird - still doing it. I reset Firefox, and still no joy - rebooted PC and stil no joy.
I tried it in IE and it looks OK.
CTRL + F5 doesn't make any changes
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