I can't get internet easily on my phone; (it's a cheap, govt. freebie), but I can access a lot on my Kindle Fire.
Today, I was looking over Hub Pages, and I found a couple of glitches;
1) In the forums, I am able to access "jump to last post," but I am unable to post a new comment, or reply to one. The links to do so are not showing up.
2) On the 'my stats' page, with the orange arrows pointing to the right, for the 'more info,' could you please use a different color? Green, perhaps, or purple? Something that is an obvious contrast, like the blue and red you use for traffic indicators...It is confusing, and hard to see the difference between traffic indicators and the 'more info' arrows.
Hi Lizzy, hopefully this helps:
1) I have limited experience with Kindles (and how HP handles on them), but if the issue still continues you can email the staff at email@example.com
2) This sounds like a feature suggestion, which has its own forum, one I myself use fairly frequently. Linked to below.
I was able to post a forum post with my iphone. Click 'jump to last post' and then click the 'Post a Reply' button in the bottom left corner.
I see what you mean about the 'more info' and traffic indicator arrows. This issue has been reported and we will work on a resolution.
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