The vertical sites, specifically Letterpile, don't appear to have a stats section so that I can see where my traffic is coming from (referrals). I generally check that so that I can make better decisions about where to post my links.
Has this been removed? Or has it gone elsewhere?
The Author Center is still showing up on this end on Network Sites. Does it show when you refresh?
Nope. I don't know what that is. It's not the first time it's happened.
As per snippit, I can see no place where the Stats are.
I get the same picture when I go to my own. Refresh the page and you'll likely get the stats/edit/delete buttons. I do, anyway.
In addition, sometimes I'm not signed in with the vertical sites. Refreshing sometimes helps, but sometimes I need to physically sign in even though I'm already signed in on the HP site.
*edit* - "refresh". "renew" "reload". In Chrome, it's a circular arrow near the upper left of the screen, right next to the "back" and "forward" arrows.
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