Will HubPages eventually make editing hubs possible on it's mobile-friendly version?
Currently I can edit on an android tablet but not my Galaxy s5. I would like the option to edit from my phone if necessary and am wondering if that will be made possible any time soon.
Yes, this is a long-term goal.
Currently many mobile browsers have an option to display the desktop version of a page.
Here are instructions for doing so on Chrome.
http://www.cnet.com/how-to/how-to-reque … r-android/
Many people gad asked thisquestion but hp hasn't done any updates for mobile user yet
I don't know if they're going to make it possible in any time soon. But I will do tell you a hack to do this. Open HubPages.com on your mobile browser then click on the upper left ticker which says hubs, questions, profile etc. Scroll down a little bit and you will see an option of Desktop Website, just click on it and make sure you have website preference of your browser selected to desktop view! I would prefer chrome or the main browser for that. Do tell me if it helps!
Glad I helped you, Tamara! Have a good day ahead. Looking forward to write a forum on this one so that a large number of people can benefit from this hack of mine!
One issue with both suggestions on how to get to the desktop version is that on a phone the font is so small it is difficult to work with. To enlarge the font requires panning on the page.
It's a bit of a easy if you rotate your phone to left or right.
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