Real problem, the new lay out of the threads are causing some problems at this end, when I click last comment, it wont go to last comment, when I go to bottom of page it says more> and when I click more there is no more...whats up
In threaded mode "jump to last post" takes you to the most recent post chronologically. It won't necessarily take you to the bottom of the screen. You can always switch back and forth between threaded and chronological in the upper right hand corner.
For example Black Lilly is the last one posted on "Are you ever too old to Learn" I cant get that post......
by Valerie Proctor Davis3 years ago
I'm moving over from Squidoo this week, and I'm quite impressed with Hubpages. But in some ways Squidoo handled comments better. You might want to think about incorporating these features (in your free time, after...
by Raye3 years ago
To my fellow Squids, one of our compatriots has just given me a perfect example of how NOT to be when first arriving at HubPages. Please allow me to share.This is a perfect example of how NOT to comment on a...
by Karen Silverman5 years ago
It would be a much easier and more interactive experience if replies from hub author could be placed directly under the comment he/she is replying to. They too often seem to get lost in the shuffle and can be hard to...
by Bev4 months ago
Or, at least, disable comments on them.Bev, TheRaggedEdge, she say, close the comments!Add your comment to sign the petition.
by Marisa Wright5 years ago
This has been perplexing me for a while - has something changed or have I just gone ga-ga?Being in a different time zone from most Hubbers, I rely on being able to click the "Your" button to catch up with...
by Whitney7 years ago
Bump our own threads 5 or 6 times within a few hours just to get people to comment on them? (When no one else is paying attention to that thread)
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