The stats page is broken again - not showing 'featured' symbols and not allowing page orders to be changed by click on the headings.
Yeah--I have been working on edits to hubs that had fallen into unfeatured status, and now I can't tell which ones those are!!
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This should now be resolved. Make sure to clear your browser cache and restart your browser.
Also, I don't know if it's related, but the HubPages logo seems to have disappeared from its usual position at the top left corner of the site...
Da logo's gone, but clicking there still works. Maybe HP has a purdy, new logo planned for us?
Well, darn. It's back and not the teeniest splash of color to be found. I was hoping maybe there was actually a chance.
Yes, I'm having the same issues. Hub stats not loading properly and Hubpages logo not showing. I got scared for a second and thought all my hubs were unfeatured, I looked at the calender it isn't 1 April, so I cried a little and then realized it was just a loading issue
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