At the bottom of some of my hubs it has this written:- http://z.hubimg.com
Can anyone enlighten me as to how to get rid of it please?
My initial idea that it was related to ad blocking software wasn't the issue as I see this for every Hub in the HubTool when ad-blocking is not enabled.
I have passed this information on to our engineering team so they can determine and address the issue.
Thanks for sharing the information and for your continued patience.
It is at the bottom of each hub in edit mode to the left of the comment box, I have had an e-mail back from Matt and he has said to disable ad-blocking software for HubPages, clear the browser cache, and restart your computer and see if the images then load.
Haven't got a clue what he means!
This should now be fixed.
I just confirmed in the HubTool in Windows/Firefox.
You may need to clear your browser cache, but you should no longer see that image URL in the HubTool while editing.
Seems like a broken image link.
If it's not in an area where you add content, you can't get rid of it, and need to report the bug to admin.
It is on every single one of my hubs at the bottom of the comment box. I have sent an e-mail to the team with the a few of my hubs url's and will wait and see if they need me to send them all! It's an awful lot of hubs to copy and paste the url!
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