I sent an email to hubpages, but thought I'd try this to.
I recently published a story. I found it online, but there are no means for me to share it on Facebook, etc. There's nothing to click on to share it.
I've never had this problem before. I'm looking for an answer.
I'm thanking in advance anyone who responds. Again, thanks.
You can always paste the Hub's URL into your Facebook Status, and you can also share Hubs using the social sharing buttons on the left side of each article.
Thanks, but I don't have any social sharing buttons. That's the problem.
FYI: Here's a link to my story. Hopefully you can open it, if you're interested.
http://hubpages.com/entertainment/Butch … o-theaters
Thanks for responding to me. I was able to make it work.
Hi Robert. In order for the social sharing buttons to show up you have to go into your computer and make the screen size larger. Most of us had to do that quite some time ago when the social buttons were moved to the left side of the hubs.
I forgot how to change the computer screen size, but will try to find out and get back to you.
Here you go, Robert:
Here is how I changed my screen size:
I minimized everything I had open.
- right clicked on clear space on my screen
- scrolled down to properties
- clicked on the settings tab
- raised my pixels to 1152 x 864 and I can now see the share buttons
Let me know if that works for you.
No, couldn't do it.
I don't know how you get to properties. Right clicking didn't get me there.
I'm frustrated. But maybe it will work out. Thanks,
Maybe the info Matthew Myers wrote here will help:
http://hubpages.com/community/forum/130 … o--?page=6
You can copy and paste the URL of your story into your facebook page.
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