"Something went wrong. Please hit refresh and try reloading this page."
That's the message I'm getting when trying to edit a hub.
On every hub I've tried editing in the last couple of days.
The edit page does then load, but when you open a capsule to edit it doesn't allow anything to go in the text field.
I'm using Firefox 3.0.19.
Anyone else having the same problem?
UPDATE: Problem solved. Ctrl + Shift + Delete then Clear Cache.
Coooo ... I will go and have a look. Using IE. In fact I'll try both.
I get that sometimes with I.E. too. I've decided it's HP server lag or something. It's the worst when I'm trying to work with photo capsules sometimes. Drives me nuts. Although the one I put up last night went better than the last five or six have, so maybe they fixed the photo thing.
I am not having any problems here. And, been editing hubs the last few days.
Sorry, was no help. I'm using the latest Firefox version, which updated day before yesterday.
Ok tried both browsers, both fine. If it helps, like Shadesbreath, I do encounter the glitch on occasion, though never for long. I always assume it's a ghost in the machine.
I had the same problem last weekend. It finally starting working correctly by mid-week. And my editing worked today, was just very, very slow.
I've found over the past few days that just signing into Hubpages takes forever.
Okay, problem is resolved. Should have thought to do it before I tried opening and editing half a dozen different hubs to see if the problem kept reoccurring.
I cleared my browser cache.
Everything is working fine now.
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