I am trying to make my first hub and I wanted to put in an article. I happened to put the wrong headline/title in in the beginning. I did not think that was a problem, because when I went to edit my article and pictures there is a box in the settings that says: Title. So I put in my right title there but when I preview it, the old title is still showing. What do I do wrong?
Changes to any of the things in the top box on the hub editing page (including the title) won't take effect until you click done editing. They won't appear in a preview.
by Nell Rose 2 months ago
I recently noticed that one of my hubs was taking forever to be edited. It had been at the top of google for years or near the top. So I mentioned it on here and now its done so thank you for that. But......I looked to see how many times it had been edited. 6!Why? and why are lots of my other hubs...
by Kenneth Avery 23 months ago
I have one simple question.Recently I read a hubber's text and was mesmerized by their lay-out/design.What impressed me was how they obviously bypassed the slot on the first page "Start New Hub," at the top where we type the headline and they inserted (on their hub) a gorgeous Type-styled...
by Jake Michael Peralta 3 years ago
I just published a new article called "Interesting Guns in Gaming". Unfortunately, the web address for this article used the original name of the article "Top Three Guns in Gaming". Do I have to do something before publishing?
by Audrey Hunt 8 years ago
how do I change the name of am article during editingI have decided to rewrite an article and I dont know how to change the title. I have tried highliting and deleting the title but nothing happens. I am in the edit mode.
by Solaras 8 months ago
I had heard pipes - this thing - | - are bad in a title. So much so that when editing an old hub, I could not save it unless I removed the pipe from the original title. Noticing that an old title on my blog had a pipe it it, but it was still getting good viewership, I did a little experiment with...
by Jonathan Wylie 4 years ago
If you go back and update an article that is not getting many views, do you change the title? If so, does this change the URL, and basically make it a new article in the eyes of search engines?
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