Anyone else noticing an "off" look to the layout of HubPages screens in the last ten minutes or so? It happened to me on my Account page and then again on the list of Forums. Is something going on?
I thought I had broken Hubpages! Thanks for starting this topic!
I've wondered if it's in any way related to the spammer that has been mentioned in other forums (including another one of mine, indirectly: "Too Many of This or That"). I surely hope not!
I don't know, but someone weird just starting following me - it says she has 0 hubs, but 19 hub feedback accolades and has followed about a thousand people in the last half hour.
Not noticed anything as yet, but it might depend on different browsers and such or Hubpages might be working on some technical stuff!
Looks like some style sheets aren't parsing the way they are supposed to. I can't believe people actually think this stuff results from their direct actions.
Yes, coming into this thread, my order which I have normally used was temporarily changed to the other.
I had to reset this thread, before I could read like I was used to.
I also noticed yesterday when searching through list of hub writers that many of the topics some writers write about where not properly lined up next to the other topics.
Thank you Maddie.
I also ran into problems on the statistics page. It doesn't seem to be loading properly either. Seems like some sort of script is not being read properly.
Just a little addition.
by Lionrhod 4 years ago
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by Kate Swanson 2 years ago
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by Catherine Giordano 21 months ago
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by Oyewole Folarin 12 months ago
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by salt 7 years ago
Have to explore the new layout style. Looks good!!
by Whitney 10 years ago
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