I have made a hub page
http://hubpages.com/hub/Free_Adobe_Phot … collection
no matter what I do to "uncheck" the mature content check box, when I go back it is still checked as mature.
Am I suppose to do something else to change my content to non-mature content?
I can see a few adult ads on that hub. Perhaps if you disable it, this hub can be changed into normal.
At some point in the past you published hubs with mature content that were not properly labeled as such. In order to prevent further such violations your account was marked so that everything you publish will be labeled as adult.
I have now removed this restriction, in the future please be sure to label your hubs properly.
Please note that even if there is not mature content in the hub itself, if you link to sites containing mature content you should mark the hub as mature.
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