I tried to comment on one of my hubs and it keeps telling me to enter a comment before posting, which I did do.
That just happened to me also. I had to log out and log in again and then it accepted it. Must be a server glitch.
This has happen to me a few weeks ago. I was thinking something was wrong with my computer.
Thanks, I just did that and it took it
You guys too, huh? I just cut (my comment, so I don't have to retype) refresh the page, and then paste...I then click on submit comment and all's well.
sometimes it tells me when i comment my own hub that the author needs to approve it first haha.
Me too! Several times I commented on other hubbers, hub and it didn't post.
Yeah that's a good habit I always practice when writing a long comment, answer or forum post. Ctrl A + Ctrl C the text and then, submit the post so you won't pull your hair out if something bad happens.
I found that refreshing the page solves the problem.
refresh, submit. hope it works!
It's gone one for a month now. I posted a question to see who else had the problem, and it appears to be universal. (Nice to know it's not just me and my awkward fingers) It's a nuisance, but refresh the page (sometimes several times) and paste back in and voila! the comment is posted.
I do hope this is something corrected soon.
There have been multiple reports from site users on this problem (I've even had it happen once or twice) but HubPages admin has said they can't duplicate the problem, which they need in order to be able to fix it.
Hey, admin! What further info do you need from us that might help track down this especially funky bug?
by Sally Gulbrandsen 4 years ago
There seems to be a problem posting comments on HubPages. I am only able to answer one comment at a time before I have to go back to the email notifications to answer another on the same Hub. Is anyone else experiencing this problem. It is not something I have ever...
by Greg Boudonck 9 years ago
I have a friend who has tried commenting twice on this hub:http://hubpages.com/hub/Gods-Manna-Is-Sufficienttheir comments keep disappearing.Do you have a glitch?
by mega1 8 years ago
so how do you feel about people who write hubs accept the comments and don't reply to them? I find myself doing that about 80% of the time because I run out of things to reply. also because I am a bit lazy. also because I wonder if you comment how you would know whether I reply or...
by dnsdns 5 years ago
How can we comment on other ppls Hub articles?? I pressed the submit button, but alas, it would not get published!
by premsingh 9 years ago
Sometimes even after writing a comment when post a comment button is pressed it shows following message:"Please enter a comment before posting".This is not a regular problem but happens occasionaly.Prem
by McKenna Meyers 3 years ago
When I first started on Hubpages, there seemed to be more reciprocation. In other words, if I read and commented on someone's hub, they'd do the same on one of mine. But now that doesn't seem to be the case. Has anyone else noticed the same?
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