Where is the Refresh Button?!
I've had problems and the refresh button is advised in one comment but I can't find it! Am I just being thick or is it hidden away? I'd be grateful for indication of the precise location and is it in published or edit mode?
Refresh is part of your browser, not the HubPages tools. Where it is depends on your browser and operating system. I'm using Chrome, and the refresh button looks like a circular arrow. When you point at it, the alt text is "Reload this page".
If you're on a Windows machine, you can just hit the control and F5 buttons at the same time, and that will refresh your browser window. I think on Apple machines, its command and R at the same time.
If you are making use of mozila, find it at the top right part of the browser. You can also right click irrespective of the browser and choose refresh or reload depending on the term used. Again, you can take your pointer to the website url or address and hit enter key without highligting the address.
It is not HP Ann.
Which type of:
Computer - Desktop, laptop...?
Browser - Chrome, Bing, Yahoo...?
do you use?
Also are you on Windows, Mozilla, IE?
by Ben Guinter 6 years ago
For anyone who upgraded to Windows 8.1, Internet Explorer 11 came with it and you may have noticed that you can enter links in your hubs through this browser.It still works in Firefox 25, but just a heads up!
by Sarika Mehra 10 years ago
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by Peg Cole 7 years ago
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by Kim Kennedy 7 years ago
Don't know if this is the correct term, but my back button, arrow thingy, doesn't seem to be working for question/answer. It's also refused to work on a hub just now. It seems to work fine everywhere else. Have tried refreshing the browser. Any comments?
by Arthur Russ 5 years ago
When adding maps to a hub the first one is fine. However, if I add more than one map to a hub the second and subsequent maps don’t automatically refresh in edit mode.I’m not sure whether it’s a compatibility issue with the browser I use and HubPages e.g. Internet Explorer; and I don’t know if...
by Person of Interest 7 years ago
Yes it has...The button is still there. It's just the counter that is gone.I checked multiple subdomains.Can anyone else confirm?Note: yesterday, both the FB button and counter went AWOL. However, that was an FB snafu, not HP.I love the internet...
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