Make a (sub)directory on your hard drive named "HubPages".
Make subdirectories under that, each one named the title of a Hub.
Go to each Hub on the HubPages site. In Firefox (sorry, I don't give instructions encouraging use of Microsucks I.E.), click on "File | Save Page as..." In the popup window, navigate on your hard drive to the appropriate subdirectory. Select "Web Page, HTML only" in the "Save as Type" box. Click "Save".
If you want to save all the pictures, too, Select "Web Page, complete", instead of "Web Page, HMTL only".
If you haven't received your answer by now, I just posted a video on how to accomplish this very task with a Mac:
http://richardpac.hubpages.com/video/Ho … c-Software
by Adam Harkus2 years ago
I'm starting to panic about the (hypothetical) day HubPages ceases to exist and I lose all my precious work.Does anyone have a plan B? do you take backups? how? are we protected under HubPages Terms and Conditions?
by g377525 years ago
Is there an easy way to backup hubs?I see a link to down load csv, but it only downloads the URL's to the hubs.Is there an easy way to backup the contents of hubs?
by CoeGurl3 years ago
How do we back up (save) these hubs (like we did with our Squidoo lenses)?Forgive me if this has been asked, but I cannot seem to find the answer after searching.Thanks! Coe
by Chitrangada Sharan7 months ago
Do you keep a backup of your Hubs? If so, do you keep it in your hard disk or elsewhere!Why I ask this is because I was writing for an online website earlier , before joining HubPages. I had saved the links to those 25...
by Juliette Kando FI Chor2 years ago
I know we are all here to make some money, but having 10 ads on a page slows down loading time to such an extent that readers just don't have the patience to wait for a page to load. So they click away without...
by nancymaggielee9 months ago
I am a little concerned about my hubs being sent into oblivion, sort of based on what happened with Squidoo and being an original member of that site and having to transfer my lenses over to HubPages.My question...
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