My latest hub doesn't seem to have published properly. It is there, but it has not appeared in my 'latest hubs' listing or in the category listing of latest hubs.
It should be in:
It's been up for 2 days, so there's something wrong.
Should I unpublish/republish it?
Oh I should have read it already if it is alredy publish, Dave why dont you inform the admin about it?
Only a Filipina can make a baseball cap look good - they are wasted on the Americans
Yes, I should do that. It appears on my profile page, but nowhere else. I don't think it went out on the email of recent hubs. Pity
I recall at one time when I published a hub it didn't show up. I went back to edit it and the publish button was still there so I clicked to publish it again and it worked.
Thanks Sir Dent. I'm using Google Chrome, but I suspect it's still not as integrated with HP as Firefox or Internet Explorer. I'll try your suggestion.
Is this the hub you are talking about?
http://hubpages.com/hub/Property-Rights … al-Freedom
Yes, that's the one. I've just un/re-published it using Internet Explorer. I was nervous of doing that in case it would lose the comments already received. I'll check the other listings after a few mins to see if it has filtered through.
Thanks to you & Maita (PDH) for your help
We changed some things around in our server configuration and now our indexer process can't quite keep up, so the latest hubs list are a couple of days behind right now. We've made some adjustments, and it should catch up later today.
thanks...for the information...now I can rest today LOL,,,
Thank Heavens for that;I hope that explains my problem-score plummeting despite good number of readers and comments.
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