My stupid pc decided to get stuck, and by mistake I clicked on flag! yep on my own hub! Duh! So just in case you get a flag from me.....on my own hub.....please ignore it!
You're not alone, Nell, I did that once a few years ago. I'll bet many more have done it also. Sometimes we move our mouse faster than we move our brains.
Not to worry, this happens more often than you'd imagine. Mods know to check to make sure flags are real and accurate (and ignore the ones that aren't).
The other night, I overwrote a productive website with a new empty word press installation. That really deserves the picture! I am sure it is easily done!
Argh... not backed up? I use Updraft Plus. It's free. It saved mine when an update crashed it.
Luckily my host had it backed up and restored it for me.
Oh it is just the norm, don't fret about the flag.
That deserves a new accolade. I bet HP doesnt see a lot of people flagging their own hubs!
Hi ragged, to be honest I have no idea if I did or not submit it. My pc was acting like a Diva and got stuck, so just in case....lol! thanks
Was it a hub that is not on a niche site? Maybe if you flag it as spam, the team will look at it and say hey this one could actually be on a niche site Don't share this secret.
by Scott S Bateman 2 years ago
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by peachy 17 months ago
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by Cardia 2 years ago
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by Daniele M Robbers 19 months ago
If you submit an article for a niche site how long does it take to get a reply and will they notify you one way or the other? I had editor email that they wanted to move it but need to fix a couple things and I did so just wondering.
by Sally Gulbrandsen 20 months ago
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by Tim Mitchell 2 years ago
I recived a note from HubPages an article is eligible for a niche site. The notes at the bottom stated to check grammar. I have done corrections using grammarly and one other editing software. The question is do I wait for them to review or do I go through the process of submitting to a niche site?
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