Changes have kicked in and I can't edit published hubs. What's going on?
Trying to edit a published hub after changes have started. All I want to do is add a fellow Hubbard article link in the text of a capsule. Now there is no edit button on the capsules. You can edit the title and summary but nothing else. Help please.
Yes there is, but you can see it until you scroll over the top portion of the capsule. Just try moving your pointer over the top portion of the capsule and the edit button will suddenly appear. Good luck & keep on hubbing
You cannot see the buttons in the picture I posted here too. Because Edit buttons are just invisible but when you move your magic wand, the mouse pointer over the capsule bar where it says text all the buttons will appear.
Do not forget to say abracadabra, just kidding. I hope this info helped you to solve this little problem.
Thanks I found that out. Problem it isn't working properly on windows 8 tablet. May have to swap to Chrome.
You are very welcome, I believe you are right Windows 8 tablet problem might be fixed by switching to Chrome or another browser. Happy hubbing and good luck.
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