I was starting a hub today on google chrome and when I hit the continue button and went on the edit mode a strange coding came at the top of the page. Here is a part of it:
It has happened to me a few times. No wonder the hubpages programmers use strange coding words! Possibly I have discovered an easter egg at hubpages. Has anyone seen this before?
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