I dont know whether its a problem or its bydefault. When i open my hubs, actually any hub then there is no sidebar is displayed. Sidebar which contains our avatar, and then ads and then ask question section, then related hubs etc. Nothing is there.
The page loads up with only hubpages logo, a search box, then the hub topic name and text. Then at the end, there is related hubs.
I have tried with firefox, opera, and IE but same thing happens.
Whats the problem?
Are you looking at HubPages on a mobile device? In the mobile page view, the sidebar gets dropped.
No, i can see the sidebar in my mobile. I am using external browser in my mobile.
But when i open hubpages in my laptop, the sidebar doesn't show.
I connect to internet using my mobile. May be hubpages system detects that as a mobile and send the mobile view.
If HubPages is seeing your device as a mobile, you'll find a link down at the bottom of the Hub that says "switch to classic HubPages view" and you should be able to toggle the regular view.
If not that, then all I can guess is something's up with your browser's connection to the HubPages.
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