Hey all! So here's the deal, I'm fairly new to hubpages, and have just submitted an article for publishing 2 days ago. It was sent back asking for revisions. After revising, it shows it as published, but I'm not able to see it when I browse the subtopic it's under. I can only see it when I go from my account, to my articles. I'm unaware if anyone else can see it, or if it's truly published. Also, if it is up, is it featured? I don't entirely know how to tell. Thank you for the help!
Welcome to HubPages. Look on "My Account" under Statistics for your articles. What symbol icon is showing all the way to the right of your article title? That will tell you the status of your article. Symbols and meanings are listed at the bottom of that page. Featured articles show a black circle with an H in the middle of the circle. I can see your article.
If your article is featured, it will appear on your profile page.
While this matter has been resolved, I should add a hint of caution about the photos that you are using Will. It's unclear if they are copyrighted images or if you have permission to use them. It's important that you only use images that are free to use for commercial purposes and/or photos you have taken yourself.
Correcting this matter now will save you a whole lot of trouble further down the line.
Hope this helps and welcome to Hubpages!
How do I tell if something is able to be used? Thanks.
Check out this link for advice.
https://hubpageshelp.com/content/Learni … -image-use
You will find free images on sites such as Pixabay. Also, in Google images, they should be labelled as for reuse. Go to settings/tools>usage to check and filter.
The rule is simple. ALL images on the internet are copyright (and therefore illegal to use) UNLESS there is a statement somewhere on the image or the website that says you can use it.
You'll find a Hub on the slider on my profile which explains it in detail. One easy way around it is to stick to Pixabay.com, because you can use photos from that site without having to worry.
Welcome to Hubpages.
If you are talking about the strongman article, I can see it on your slider. As it shows it's there since 18 hours, I believe it's featured.
Please check the settings of your account. Because with one click you can activate that all hubs will be shown no matter whether featured or not. Good luck for all your articles!
Welcome to hub pages. there are many helpful people here. I haven't check your work yet but I will.
Featured hubs have a circle-H on the stats page http://hubpages.com/my/hubs/stats
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