I have noticed that when you Title a Hub with the symbol & in the title, that it will come up as "&" instead of just the symbol &.
Ex....one of my hubs "Macaroni & Cheese...." will come out as "Macaroni &Cheese..."
Question---Should I leave this in the title or remove it after published? Or does it stay anyways in the search engine?
Is there an advantage to it or just something that occurs?
I could very well be wrong on this Michael, but I believe it goes away and it is used in HTML as a type of code, that is why the &. If you quote your thread as I did here, it reads very different and the & is not showing, just the & in quotations.
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