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Did you mean to leave out the comment section on your latest hub?

  1. Victoria Lynn profile image90
    Victoria Lynnposted 6 years ago

    Did you mean to leave out the comment section on your latest hub?

    I loved the Man's Argument with God hub and wanted to say something, but there was no comment section. Just wondered if that was accidental. Lovely poem. I think many of us feel that way sometimes.

  2. profile image0
    Sunnie Dayposted 6 years ago

    Thank you Victoria..I will add the comment section..Thank you for the reminder.

  3. fernando d. profile image60
    fernando d.posted 6 years ago

    If I did , I still haven't figure it out. Working on it.

  4. Yaduvanshi profile image52
    Yaduvanshiposted 6 years ago

    You are correct and I agreed with you. I too think that many of us feel that way sometimes or other in our life. I Did not notice the comment section.

  5. terrektwo profile image84
    terrektwoposted 6 years ago

    It is really up to the writer you can remove the comment section. Some may if they think they are attracting unwanted comments. Usually though when you start a hub it is there automatically and you would have to remove it.

  6. Hubpage Gal profile image60
    Hubpage Galposted 6 years ago

    I know this question is not directed to me but I will answer and hope you don't mind my opinion.  The writer can compose a hub without the comment block but most likely it would be an oversight.  Why?  Because Hubpages is an interactive community and it is the conversation and comments that keeps the website lively and "thriving."  Mostly it is the informative hubs that could sustain without a comment block but it is the controversial subjects that requires the lively exchange of ideas.  In the case of the poem, I think that a comment block is not necessary unless the writer wants to read comments about what others thought of the composition of the creative writing.

 
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