Is anyone else having an issue with the Amazon module not showing up on your hubs. When I am in edit the module shows with nothing in it. When I am out of edit there is no module.
Do you have AdBlocker? If so and it's turned on, you won't see the Amazon modules.
That might be because of network problem. Try it later, or maybe you have less than 100 words per each capsule.
I had this problem when my ad blocker was activated. If you have ad blocker, check to see if it is enabled.
by James M Becher2 years ago
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