Pink indicates a forum topic which has been closed to replies if I recall correctly.
I know that I've seen several topics closed to reply, that is, I saw it at the bottom of the topic. But I've never seen one highlighted in pink! I've just scrolled through several pages of forum topics and can't find any. Is something wrong with my monitor?
by Ari Lamstein 7 years ago
On Monday we released a new feature where users are able to follow forum topics more easily. (The original forum topic is here). While many users loved the new feature, there was one problem that emerged very quickly: users who subscribe to very active forum topics were getting too much...
by PR_am 8 years ago
I understand that Sandpit is "good place for long meaningless threads" Yeah, a good place to unwind. All works and no play... Yes all that but why are more than half of forum topics games and plays? Don't get me wrong. I also love to play but maybe there is a background info on Sandpit...
by Person of Interest 8 years ago
Why does a new particular forum thread have red background? Danger? Embedded malicious link?I'm not going near it.It's in the unanswered section titled "Google Chrome or Firefox"
by Credence2 20 months ago
Under the political issues forum, my discussion regarding congressman (John Lewis) was inadvertently deleted, is this a harbinger of Trump attempts to censor unfavorable comments? Can anyone check into this and let me know?
by Jasmine 6 years ago
Why is my closed forum post still visible in search engines?I asked the Hubpages Team to close my forum post because of a spelling mistake in the title. Yet, when I type in my user name + hubpages into the google search engine, link to my forum post is on a high third place (link to my misspelled...
by Maddie Ruud 8 years ago
There's been a lot of discussion of forum rules and policies recently, as well as criticism of the HubPages staff, so Paul and I agreed that a thread reiterating our position was in order.The rules are very clear:No personal attacks in the forums. Substantive debate and differences of opinion...
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