Go through the help section, you will find what you need to know.
http://hubpages.com/faq/#what_is_allowed and further
You were so excited about being here, to do some writing before starting school, if I remember correctly. I think I commented on one or two of your hubs, but can't find them now - I guess not visible if need revision.
If I remember correctly, although you had some great ideas, the text content was not all that long, and some of your large pictures were pixelating - this is due to the original size of the image being small already, so when they appear large, their quality is lost.
Don't give up!
I suggest look at your articles again, perhaps add a paragraph or two to each, and use the "shift to the right" green arrow key in your image capsules to keep the images smaller - also select "quarter size image" in the image size section of the capsule, and then try and resubmit them.
I hope that helps, as I look forward to seeing you stick around on HubPages for longer. Good luck.
Your hubs were moderated as substandard, since they consisted of a small amount of text accompanied by grainy/pixelated images. You can bring them into compliance with our rules by adding some text (broken into paragraphs) and using higher-definition photos, or perhaps shrinking them to half- instead of full-width, so they are not blurry.
by Reve 6 years ago
Why all the hubs need to take revision at a time?It can not be fair if the authority asks for the revision out of no where as most of these hubs have been published for almost 4 weeks. What is the reason that they didn't review those hubs soon after it publishes?
by Jean Rogers 6 years ago
Hello and thanks in advance for looking over my hub. This hub has been published for about 2 weeks and recently it says it "Needs Revision" based on deceptive tags, title or category. I revised and edited it thinking that it was ok and resubmitted it, but I am back to the Needs Revision...
by Novel Treasure 3 years ago
I just logged in and it shows every single one of my hubs highlighted in pink, to need review. The majority of these were well trafficked and featured hubs or editor's choice. Did something happen? I tried looking in the questions and forums and didn't see anything. I am not a former Squidoo person...
by free energy power 7 years ago
i just went to my hubpages and there all highlighted in red for needs revision.they were all just fine a few minutes ago.i just got finished pinging one of them could this have caused it ?what do i do ?how long will it last?
by topecommerce 6 years ago
Hi I am new at hubpages, I have published one hub but it says "need revision". I don't know the meaning of this. I mean is there any problem with my hub? I haven't seen any notification or message about the problem of my hub.I need help urgently Thank you
by sahed 8 years ago
My all the hub are "Needs Revision" marked. But I don't know why.what can I do to avoid or solve this?
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