I keep attempting to add new bios but after I type it out and choose an article to add it to, I cannot see the save button. There seems to be a search button but I can only see half of that as well. It appears to cut off and that has kept me from adding bios. Any suggestions?
Hi Lorelei go to your account page and there is an "About the Author" button. Click on that and you can add new bios.
If you are in edit mode, you can click on 'new' in the bio section and write a new bio for that hub. If you want that bio on more hubs, then follow DrMark's suggestion and there you can add that bio to more hubs.
Hi Lorelei, I had same or similar problem last week. But as Titia suggested, and I recommended it as it is the way I solved mine. Get into the edit mode. Anyway, I think seeing half of the button means that your internet connection is not up to full range, right?
Have a nice time.
Are you using a phone or tablet? Rotate it and see if you can see the save button.
No, I have excellent Internet service and I am using a laptop. It is the only place I am having issues.
Okay, I went to the about author page and clicked add a bio and it gave me the full screen. Thanks for the replies!
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