When I post Hebrew words as part of a comment on Hubpages, right after I submit the comment, I can still see the Hebrew word I typed, but afterwards all the letters in the word turn into question marks. Yet I saw someone else post a phrase in Russian and it did not seem to turn into question marks. Why does this happen, and what can I do to get around it?
by Debby Bruck 7 years ago
Has anyone experienced the use of symbols in their comments turning into question marks?I don't recall not being able to post them in the past. Just this weekend this has made my comments look weird. Here I am posting a set of symbols, little iconic letters that I use frequently on Twitter and...
by RocketCityWriter 14 months ago
Is it rude to point out grammar/spelling mistakes on hubs via comments?I've come across numerous hubs that have grammar and spelling errors, some minor and some littered with mistakes. Otherwise, these hubs would be interesting and will written in my opinion. Is it rude to point out these mistakes...
by weblog 10 years ago
It can be anything, I'm just trying to start with some samples:----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------LOVE => DOVE => DIVE=> HIVE => HAVE => HATE (Love to Hate)"Violence" and "Nice Love" have same...
by Sabrina Yuquan Chen (陈玉泉) 8 years ago
There are two newly discovered hubbers who have only posted raw translations by using online translating tool, what they did was merely copy and paste the results without doing any further modifications. From the comments they replied, you can tell they don't really understand much English. Even...
by Jim Higgins 5 years ago
It is one thing to hit a double letter (or to skip and "e" like I almost did in letter, but if English is your native language, it seems to me that you should make an effort to spell correctly and use standard English in Hubs you publish and in comments you make. I read a comment this...
by KevinC9998 6 years ago
Are you always honest with your comments even if a Hub is not well written?
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