I'm new and just realized that the comments under a hub start with the oldest on top. Unless there's a way to switch this in preferences or something, I suggest flipping it. Shouldn't the newest comments be on top so the most recent comments can be viewed quickly instead of scrolling all the way down?
by Anti-Valentine 6 years ago
There are two issues that have led me to make this suggestion. One is that I recently received an email from a person who claimed he couldn't find the comment box on one of my hubs. The other issue is that some claim that scrolling all the way down the page to the comment box at the bottom might...
by Verlie Burroughs 5 years ago
Is there a 'click' button to get to the top of a Hub?Or is scrolling up the only option?
by Pamela N Red 6 years ago
Do you leave negative comments from readers on your articles?I delete spam but have left comments when a person doesn't agree with me. However, I have noticed I seem to be in the minority on this because when I've left a comment disagreeing with a person (this is not just on HubPages but on blogs...
by Jack Lee 2 years ago
I have ran into a few issues with current HubPages comment module.1. The current comment section allows for unlimited text. This leads to some comments being overly long and windy. Please limit all comments to 200 words or less.2. When comments gets too many, please allow an option to display only...
by lindagoffigan 9 years ago
Hubpage needs to use a tool that when hubbers answer or moderate comments that the commenter's response block shows up instead of having to scroll past comments that have already been answered. Digg.com uses the method of having to scroll past other articles to submit your article in the...
by Diane Inside 8 years ago
I have had someone who has visited several times and commented with very long comments on one of my hubs, He stopped for a few weeks and now comments to other commenters (very long comments), not to me, on one my hubs.They are positive comments, just excessive.What do you do just approve and don't...
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