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No Amazon products found?
I just noticed some of the amazon capsules on my hub are showing the 'No Amazon products found' message.If I go into edit mode however all the products appear.I've changed the items but nothing appears once i've exited edit mode.Is there a new restriction on the number of amazon products allowed per hub/x no. of words?
It is a glitch on Hub Pages that is happening more frequently on Hub Pages.
I've noticed this quite a bit over the last week. I also just noticed yesterday that the Amazon and eBay modules have an entirely new look all of a sudden.
It would probably be a safe bet that there's a glitch in the modules directly caused by the tweaking they've done recently behind the scenes...
I went in to edit the capsules that showed an error and basically just refreshed the feed by hitting the 'preview amazon results' button and the products came back. You may have to re-enter your keywords as well. I am going to check all my hubs to see if these needs to be done for all of them now...
I haven't seen any posts from HP yet on the new look of the modules, have you? Not that it's that big a deal but if it has the potential to cause problems they could have told us to look out for anything weird going on!
Tx Jessica.It did rectify after a few edits.I wondered about the new amazon look too but haven't seen any info about this either.I better check my other hubs too :-)
There's mention of it in HubPages' blog. I believe it was yesterday. They're trying new layouts to see what helps us sell more.
Tx PM.Good to know.I do think the new look is an improovement.
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