I am new to Hubpages. After entering the tags (my personal and
suggested) I noticed the red x's are still next to the tags. In experienced hubbers' hubs, the red x's are nonexistent. Can anyone help me with this ? Thanks !
you will only see that option when viewing your own hubs. It's so you can delete them, as Simey said. We can't see them when looking at your hub, all we can see are the tags
by TheresaAnn 10 years ago
Hello everyone,I've just started posting in the last 10 days and I have 3 Hubs up. When I'm looking at my tags on the published page I see red X's next to the tags. Is that normal or have I done something wrong?Thanks,T
by Frank P. Crane 7 years ago
Tags showing on the right hand sidebar?I notice that some hubs show the tags in a right hand sidebar, while others don't. Is there and advantage one wy or another. All mine show the tags, how do I hide them If that's the thing to do?
by Ann810 6 years ago
Did anyone notice the "tags" feature is missing?I hope this helps the Hubs traffic; what do you think about the "tags" feature being gone?
by sentinal 10 years ago
I cannot understand why my tags have all got a red cross through them!How can I resolve it, Any help on this matter would be appreciated
by vintage chic 9 years ago
Hey, you guys..I'm new to Hubpages. I am making sure I have relevant tags on my posts, but why are there red x's next to my tags? How do I create a box for them like I see on some hubs, where they are all in beige..or is that a bad idea? Are the tags easier to identify when they are in a column...
by BobbiRant 6 years ago
Why would anyone delete a comment on their hub?If I deleted a comment on one of my hubs, I would figure I am not good at dealing with people who might disagree with me. People can agree or disagree, it's a free world. If the comment was mean or nasty, well I'm not the one looking bad,...
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