Why do my computer and technology related Hubs look different than others?
On most of my Hubs, when I view them in the web browser, just underneath the title, is the Facebook 'Like', 'Tweet', and 'Pin it' buttons, however my technology related hubs do not have these. Another difference that I see is that my profile bar does not display on these hubs either. This is the one on the right side that normally would display my tags, stats etc... can anyone tell me why this does not display on my technology related hubs?
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