Why are some hubbers comments sections inverted?
I've noticed that some hubbers comments sections are inverted so that the most recent comment is at the top instead of the bottom. Why do people do this? What is the benefit?
Really it's just a matter of personal preference. Some people prefer to see the most recent comments at the top. I can see the advantage of that to the author as the already viewed comments are pushed down as new ones are added. There is less scrolling this way. Of course, the author still has to scroll down to the bottom to use the comment box to respond.
by Cassandra Mantis5 years ago
I like a great feature in "Crackberry", the Blackberry website for a cool ads feature. They have Google ads sponsored by Google appearing every 10 or so comments down a comments section. I won't add links here...
by Margaret Schindel2 years ago
If I view my account's Comments page, it's easy to view, approve and respond to unapproved comments. However, if I go to a new comment in one of my hubs and click Approve, I cannot reply to it directly on the comment....
by Christy Kirwan4 months ago
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by carol stanley11 months ago
Do you continue to read hubs of those you follow if they don't comment on your hubs?When you have limited time do you just comment on those who regularly comment on your hubs?
by Suzette Walker4 years ago
Why are hubbers who only comment and criticize but do not write hubs allowed to remain here?In the past two days, I have had two hubbers criticize my writings after not even thoroughly reading the article/hub. ...
by LauraGT5 years ago
There seem to be many hubbers who have no published hubs and are still allowed to comment on other people's writing. While there are some hubbers who are simply new and asking questions before diving in, it seems that...
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