If you click on my recent hub: http://hubpages.com/education/Letter-to … ng-Suicide it says that the page doesn't exist. It's been published. Am I getting censored? Is it going to have to pass quality before it's visible? Is it an error? Anyone have any idea what's going on? (
The page loads fine for me, logged in and logged out of the system.
Thanks for checking! It seems to have been a temporary error. The only residual damage is that I can't share it to facebook. I can share a hyperlink, but it doesn't correctly load the preview. :-/
This is a common Facebook caching issue. Just paste the Hub's URL into the Facebook Debugger Tool and click the option to recrawl. That should fix the issue.
So I did as you suggested and I'm getting an error that says: "og:image was not defined, could not be downloaded or was not big enough. Please define a chosen image using the og:image metatag, and use an image that's at least 200x200px and is accessible from Facebook. Image 'http://usercontent2.hubimg.com/12899837_f520.jpg' will be used instead. Consult http://developers.facebook.com/docs/sha … rs/crawler for more troubleshooting tips."
Is that something I need to figure out how to fix on my end? Or something on hubpages backend? Or something on facebook's backend?
That Hub is published. I just clicked the link you have here and I see it.
I think you had a transient error.
Have you checked to see if Facebook blocks pictures identified as related to suicide?
That's a great suggestion, but I don't think that's the problem with some of the other posts "Rachel's" family has posted. There was an issue on hubpages end when I first posted it. When I got emails saying there were comments and I tried to click on the links from my phone where I wasn't signed in I got a "no page" error. Some how there are still results from that error that prevent it from being shared on facebook correctly. Which is unfortunate as I know at least half a dozen people tried to share it within an hour of me posting it.
Like everyone else, I had no problem when I clicked your link. You haven't been censored and you might consider acknowledging this in a comment. That would be the polite thing to do since you came out swinging with your title "Error or Hubpage Censorship".
Luckily the error has been partially fixed as I explained above. I'll double check the comment I wrote on the hub, but figured this was the place to acknowledge it was a error, not censorship, not the hub, since this is where I asked the question. Tone and perception are funny things. I actually asked this question to avoid wrongly accusing hubpages of an error if I had accidentally broken a rule that resulted in the hub of being censured. I see what you mean about the wording appearing emotionally charged, but it was more confusion than me being upset.
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