Hi, Lewis. I notice that many of your poems are on Letterpile. Maybe you've already tried this, but have you gone to the list of your articles in your account and then chosen "author view" beside the name of the Letterpile article that you want to edit? The author view shows the Edit button at the top of the page.
If your poems have been moved to Discover.hubpages or to a niche site, go to your dashboard, find the name of the article, click on the "author view" and you will be able to edit.
by McKenna Meyers 2 years ago
How can you edit an article while still making it available for people to read?
by Robbie C Wilson 8 years ago
How about allowing people who publish hubs to click on their hubs to edit them without this adding to their hubs statistics. This could be achieved by "registering" the IP addresses of the PCs they use to edit hubs. This would allow new people who have just added hubs to see how many...
by Daniel Mollat 2 years ago
Can someone please explain to an ignorant hubber like me just what is HubPro Premium editing?I posted this same question in another forum but did not get a reply from anyone. I'm now again posting it as a new thread in the hope someone will help me out in understanding what HubPro Premium is. Is it...
by Rob Hampton 2 years ago
I have a message on the top of my account page... "You have been selected for HubPro basic.. We plan to edit your article ***** " It's been up there for like two weeks. How long until they do this?
by Jill 8 years ago
i want to edit my hub. I cannot figure out how to do it . Any help? thanks
by Alianess Benny Njuguna 23 months ago
After replying to a comment, an author is given five minutes to make any changes to his/her comment. What if later on the author wants to make changes or edit his/her comments e.g. correcting gammar mistakes?Another area I would consider it useful to inclide editing feature is in Q&A. For...
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