sorry, this is a stupid question, but I joined this morning and since then every time I posted on lynnNchicago's blog my user name was blue, but the last three times it was black. what happened? how do I become "blue" again? non-joiners are going to be deleted soon and I don't want to be deleted. please help. thanks!
I have no solution to your technical question, however if you want to be "blue" again I would suggest sticking in some Barry Manilow. That should do the trick.
I'll help by bumping this thread. I hope you get a valid answer.
Members' usernames are links back to their profiles. Links you have already visited are grey, so your username looks grey to you because you've visited your own profile. Anyone who hasn't will see it in blue.
But Maddie I went and looked to see what he was talking about, and it was black as if he was posting from outside Hubpages, and I certainly hadn't been there before. I think he's talking about his username as seen on the comments section of LynnNChicago's hub?
Well, whoever Jill Zarin is, she's a HOT topic just now! Wow on LynnNChicago! Only here 4 weeks and all her hubs are getting stormed with comments (and really high hubscores)!
Emmm...Patsy's boys, no idea why you are black. You may have fallen into the latest hubpages glitch, I just don't know.
Ahhh...now that's a possibility I hadn't considered.
Patsy'sBoys...you comment without signing in?
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