It seems that on one particular hub, at the very bottom where there is the option to link to the page, that entire area is all black and missing the information that is normally contained on all hubs. I checked several other hubs and they all have that information and the option to link to the page. This particular hub is a featured and published hub. Why would that option be missing on a hub?
The "link to this page" link is missing on 2 of the hubs I checked which have been shifted to DenGarden.com. However the footer area isn't totally black.
Yes, exactly, the footer area is totally black. This hub to which I am referring has not been moved to a niche site. Thank you for letting me know you are having the same issue.
I may have more hubs missing the "Link to the Page" but this one hub is the one I wanted to be able to link. It is the Presence of Angels - A True Story of Protection.
I did check a couple hubs, and the "Link to the Page" footer is there on the hubs I checked. I did not want to have to check a ton of hubs.
Apparently, there is some issue being you and another have the same issue.
The link on the hub shows up ok on my computer and I'm using Firefox. It's odd that one hub in particular has this anomaly. Have you tried other browsers?
Oh, really! It is certainly odd. Hmm, I will try another browser and thank you so much for letting me know that it does show up on Firefox.
I will go and try another browser.
That worked! I was using Google Chrome and I switched to Internet Explorer and there it shows up, but as you say, it is odd that only one hub was missing it under the other browser. Thank you, again. I appreciate your help this day.
Bless you, eugbug!
No problem! I can't stand Chrome as a browser. Firefox is the best, especially when setup to have a simple user interface, with the Classic Theme Restorer add-on.
That is good to know. I used to use Firefox back when but then, while on HubPages, that pink box would come up when editing a hub or trying to publish one, saying something about Firefox not being supported here. So I stopped using it. Well, now I know who the "Go to" person is here for when I need technical help, You!
I use Firefox and was able to see the link on one of my hubs and not the other.
It is odd that I was able to see it on all other hubs using Chrome but not on one particular hub. It seemed like on that one hub it was not wanting to load the page all the way down and then just went all black at the bottom.
Did you try using your mouse to highlight the area the links should appear. For instance if I highlight that area holding down the left side mouse I get white boxes with links in blue. That is how they really are input to my knowledge with programming. The black is an after step. If it appears highlighted then you will know that it does exists and is blanketed by black for some reason or the font is black for some odd reason. Of course I am no expert in these things Faith . . .
Strange, For me, I was able to see the footer just fine, but that row of links was missing.
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My Dengarden hub is also missing the set of links that appears in the first row of the footer.
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