As I'm new here, I need a little guidance with the Unique Web Address for my hub.
For example, if I was writing a hub on how to cut flowers would my Unique Web Address be:
if my web address was http://petal.com
would the Unique Web Address for my hub then be where how to cut flowers is featured on the site?
Any external site URL you may have is not relevant when publishing a hub.
All hubs have the URL format "http://hubpages.com/hub/NAMEOFHUB"
You can use and unique string of words in place of "NAMEOFHUB" as long as it is unique and conforms to the standard characters used in a URL. You can seperate words with hyphens if you like.
So "how to cut flowers" would be "http://hubpages.com/hub/how-to-cut-flowers".
When you initially create a hub, typing the Title of the hub will auto-generate the URL. Try it out and see - click "start a new hub" at the top of the page!
by Teeboy16 years ago
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by Michelle Liew5 years ago
I am trying to start a new hub at this moment and I can't seem to create a unique web address because that option is missing. This is true whichever computer I am using.
by catgypsy7 years ago
I was wondering about the "Give your Hub a unique web address" section in Start a new hub. It fills in with my topic title. What am I suppose to do from there? Do I need to add something?Thanks,Shell
by uppy6 years ago
Can someone please give me a step for step guide as to make a new hub. I seem to get so far and then its like im going around in circles. merry Christmas all and a Happy new Year
by Liz Elias12 months ago
WTH is going on, here?I've published many hubs before, including 2 new ones in the last couple of days. No problems!Today, I'm trying to publish another, and in the box for the title, I put the title. Never...
by Joshuad6 years ago
When creating a hub web address which one is the best, (-) or (_) or non?
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