When I get a flag that my hub can't be published because of a bad image, video, or some type of other content, is there some way to know exactly WHICH one - so I don't randomly start erasing things I think might be the problem, to find they aren't, and now I've lost that image?
I took a look at one of your hubs (making curry), and it looks like it is probably all of them. Instead of asking about one particular hub to get it featured, I would take a look at making sure that all of the images I use are available to me legally. It looks like you took images from the food network and from videos.
Read and understand the guidelines in this Learning Center article. Not only will it show you where to get images, it also shows you how to attribute them. You'll be able to sleep at night, not worrying about lawsuits, and you will also give your hubs a chance to become Hub of the Day, and get a better reputation in the HubPages community.
I get my images from search.creativecommons.org
This lets me specifically search Google and Flickr images that are legal for commercial use.
by PR Morgan 7 years ago
Have you had any articles flagged by HubPages lately?I had an article that has been published for over a month that was flagged for "not meeting Hubpages standards" . It was a travel article on Siesta Key...I am stumped as to why they flagged me....
by Kathryn Skaggs 10 years ago
I would like to make a suggestion to the TEAM here on HUB Pages. I feel that it would be a positive improvement here on the HUB, if all of the activity that is perpetuated by Hubbers, were made known.For instance... apparently - anyone can go around giving thumbs UP or DOWN to a fellow...
by Sara Frenki 8 years ago
I can see a lot of hubs on the same subject that I am writing about and they haven't been flagged as adult content. There are hubs on sex and male enlargement, so why is mine being flagged, at first I was flagged for overly promotion and I fixed that, now another flag for adult content??? COMMON! I...
by Peeples 6 years ago
Ok I am at my end! I seem to be having an issue with HP. Everytime I flag something I end up getting flagged. Yesterday I published my 2nd part in a 3 part series on Jeffrey Dahmer. Ads were taken and I was fine with that considering he killed people, even though I see plenty of serial killer hubs...
by Jose Velasquez 6 years ago
For the second time my poetry challenges have been flagged for content violations. I do not know why people are offended by something i tried to create to help fellow poets on HubPages, but HubPages has made it clear that my challenges are not appreciated. I will be posting my future...
by DK 5 years ago
This forum is a place for you to post hubs that you think are clearly of low quality and need flagging. Committed hubbers should follow this forum and check these hubs posted for quality when they have the time. If a hub has been clearly copied (for example from a PDF file that the plagiarism...
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