I'm having tons of problems with comments. The biggst one that I'm about fed up with is when you try to post a comment and all of the comments disappear including the one you just typed in. That or it reverts to the top of the page and still doesn't save the comment.
The issue has happened several times throughout time at HP, and it always seems to be the longer more thought out comments that get deleted when trying to submit.
It's a pain in the but, and I understand typing your hubs in word and copying them over to prevent losing the text, but do we really have to do that with comments to?
Soon (in the next few days), we will be making an update to the HubPages comments feature. It should enable pages to load quicker and will simplify how comments are handled.
Hopefully, it will get you past many of these issues. I'll post on this thread when the change has been released.
The change for comments just went out. When you have a chance, please try it out and let us know if it fixes the issues that you have been encountering.
Thanks I'll have to give it a try. Hopefully all will be well now.
Still having problems. :-/
This time, which has happened before, when trying to post the comment all previous comments including the box disappears. The page must be refreshed and your new comment isn't there.
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