There have been changes... Do you like them? Did they go far enough or would you like to see more?
It kind of confused me at first. I thought I was exhausted and seeing things...then, I realized it wasn't just me.
Agreed. I've only noticed the change in the forums. Which I like.. Just going to take some getting used to.
think the drop down menu they've added is cool--really like it still looking for the funny ads LOL
The forum thing confused me at first; clearly I'm used to clicking without reading first! I also noticed a change in the Statistics page under My Account; the key at the bottom is more comprehensive.
What I've seen and noticed, I've liked!
Do you think the 'needs revision' is for hubs with dublicate content? I've never seen this one before...
I like this one.I never would have spotted it. Thanks for pointing it out. I really do like this revision.
The forums still seem a little crazy. Last time I checked them out they were in a different order. I liked it with the announcements on top, not in the middle.
Edit- they just fixed it.
Regarding the "funny ads" I had one of the hubs on which I am working show an ad in Arabic (I think). Its gone now, but I was really wondering....
They emphasized the "more hubs by this hubber" link on the hubs.... pretty nice.
I like the new things that were implemented. I especially like the addition of a 'Needs Revision' reporting style on the 'my hubs' page.
by Kate Swanson 2 years ago
I've just noticed that PetHelpful, for instance, has a great layout on the front page which encourages readers to browse, whereas some of the other niche sites are positively pedestrian. Are they experimenting or what?
by Liz Elias 5 years ago
I've noticed that of the titles in the list of articles on the "My Account" page, some are purple; others are still blue. Likewise some of the titles of forum posts and Q&A...Is there any significance to this, or just a design change being implemented in stages?
by Cara 6 years ago
Do you notice how people read into a questions you post on HubPages?Someone will answer the question as if you need help when in reality the question had no relevance to you personally. For example; "What would life be like if there were no music?" This question does not imply how I...
by Kate Swanson 8 years ago
I'd like to see the "Start a new Hub" button displayed on the "My Account" page.We've all noticed new Hubbers who can't work out how to start a new Hub. Thing is, I've noticed I have the same problem - and I've been here for ages! So I think it would be a good idea to have...
by Rodric Anthony Johnson 23 months ago
Has anyone ever noticed that some African Americans have pink gums and other have brown?Yes, it is a strange question. I noticed it in my kids and myself. I noticed that my gums are pink and some of my kids have brown gums. I wonder if there is something to this.
by Motown2Chitown 7 years ago
I've noticed over the past couple of days that the hubs I've published have begun with scores under 50. Is this a new feature that I am not aware of or an issue that needs to be looked at?Thank you!
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