I recently tried posting an article I had previously written. The picture shows up, but the content does not. How do I go about fixing this?
Go to your Account page and click the "edit" button next to the hub name.
Take a look - can you see your text?
If there is text in the text capsules, open one. There's a little check box where you can choose whether to make the capsule visible or not. Make sure it's not checked.
If there's no text in the text boxes, maybe you closed the Hub before you had clicked "done editing". Unfortunately that means you'll have to do it again.
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