Using Firefox, they are OK, but in Chrome this is what a Topic page looks like right now:
None of the Hubs show until you get to the very bottom, past the ad on the left:
Google wants to see lots of content above-the-fold, not just links and ads. (Chrome is Google.)
WF: I use Chrome. I checked a couple of your hubs and saw everything just fine.
I can't use Google Chrome at all anymore and de-installed it, because it blocks me from the Internet completely. Opera and IE are fine, though.
Chrome should not be blocking you from the Internet.
Some people have downloaded Google Chrome from sites that included malware, rather than downloading direct from Google. If you get pop-ups or see lots of useless toolbars, you may have one of these versions.
For this reason Google has created a tool that will scan and remove software that may cause problems with Chrome.
Here it is: https://www.google.com/chrome/srt/
by Cat 5 years ago
Yipee, I refreshed my pages like I frequently do and we're up and running!!!!!
by rebekahELLE 5 years ago
Is this browser related? I saw them 2 days ago. I'm using FF 16.0.2. I know a more recent version has just been released, but I haven't updated. Is anyone else experiencing this problem?
by MSantana 6 years ago
Does anyone has this problem? I try to post two articles and in both cases google chrome will kill hubpages. I needed to try more than 10 times just to get it to post a photograph from my computer. I am wondering if anyone knows why this happens with hubpages.
by Sophie 5 years ago
Which browser do you use the most and/or which is your favourite?I have 3 different browsers installed on my computer (Firefox, Internet explorer and Chrome) and I use all 3, but my favourite which is I use the most is Mozilla Firefox.What about you?
by Koby 9 years ago
Headings in google chrome (beta) and, it appears, in firefox, appear bigger in their text capsule editors than in the actual hub.Header 4 is actually as weak as standard type when i display it in the hub.Is this just me or is there really something that could be done about this?
by Melanie Palen 6 years ago
I think there's an issue with CSS. Site is slow to load and it looks like it's a CSS thing.Here's a fun, recursive looking picture of the problem.
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