I proof read my page several times, but I still missed a small spelling error.
I re-edited the page and saved it and clicked on "done editing."
When I refreshed the page, the new changes did not appear.
I then deleted the published page and started a new text module and re-pasted in the text module and republished the page.
I deleted the histories and caches in my browsers. I closed the browsers and reopened them.
I entered my hub url. When the page appeared it was the old page.
Why is it that I am not able to change a page which has been published?
Please help me.
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