Clicking "Show: Politics and Social Issues" displays an error saying "No content" but actually I have 1 hub in that category.
Clicking "Show: Family and Parenting" displays 13 hubs from various sub topics under "health" instead of the single hub I have under Family and Parenting.
I thought that there might be a bug that causes this issue when we only have one hub in a category. But when other categories that have only one hub are selected with the "Show" filter, they display correctly. So I'm not sure what's causing this problem.
I can see those problems too on your profile, so it's not just on your system.
I have a hub in the "Genealogy Research on the Web" category, but it doesn't show up when I click on "Show : Family and Parenting"
Thank you for pointing this out. Frankly, I had not noticed that feature at the Profile / Portfolio page before. I am concerned with what was noticed. Do you think it is part of the process of the 'Big Changeover'?
Off topic . . . I went to the Topic Tree 2 days ago noticing there were index queues never there before. For instance 'Topic' → (Qty) → (Right XXX) → (Right XXX). Yesterday those were gone returning to the traditional 'Topic' → (Qty). Maybe the changes are time relevant and like said is a bug, but known and part of a step.
Likely just a bug as stuff is moved around during the "Changeover".
Software is like one big nightmarish Rubik's Cube, change one little thing and something else goes awry. So we need to give HubPages' staff a break and let them get on fixing it (I know what it's like being on the other side of the fence!)
Someone in HP staff must have fixed this. Tonight I see it's working properly.
by Shasta Matova 5 years ago
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by Kenneth Avery 2 years ago
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