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On the topics we choose to place our hubs under, why doesn't the last category show up?
I just noticed the new feature where the topics on our hubs are showing up in red letters on our profile page, etc., which I think is a good thing, however, I noticed one of my hubs not really under the appropriate topic. I then clicked on the hub, and the appropriate topic was under the topic line I chose ...the last one in the line, but the one that shows up is not the appropriate title. How can we have the proper one show up on the hub? It should be under Women Role Models, but it shows the one before that about relationships, which is not what the hub is about. Thank you for answering!
What is the Hub URL and what specific topic page URL are you seeing it on?
Hi Matthew, I did not know it is okay to put our URL to a specific hub, but here it is faithreaper dot hubpages dotcom/_ak29y27b2w1c/hub/Celebrating-Women-Happy-Womens-Day-March-8th. I chose Female Role Models, but gender and relationships is showing
The topic page is working as designed.
What you see in red is the higher-level topic.
So "Advice and Tips for Women in Relationships"
The lower level does not have a topic page.
Low-level topics are grouped here.
Oh, really ...thanks for the clarification. So, if we choose a lower level topic, then it will not show up on our page. So, we should choose a more general topic I guess.
Some of mine have random categories as well - not the ones I assigned.
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