Understanding my hub, given a series of vampire poems, will raise some eyebrows, 5 now previously, not one problem. The process of what I have grown to expect is HP un publishing it with explanation or warning ie; adult content. Even am clear and have experienced ads disabled because someone didn't want a hub about how spousal abuse can escalate to even accidental murder-getting off topic
so I published 10 hours ago
first 2 comments went fine
then i think around 10 minutes ago, not only are all comments being held for approval, an option I never choose, but someone just which had to be HP, had one comment denied already,
OK so I went to edit my hub called Suck, and nothing just hub score of 70 and author prey, not even link suggestions, edit, stats
Can HP or someone else please help me, I was assuming someone flagged it and it was waiting HP approval, but can't be as a comment from me just flew with no approval needed
I can not check comment box for options cause their is no edit button
Just checked your profile but I can't see a Hub called 'Suck'. Best wishes in sorting things out. You could always go to 'help' and send the HP team a note.
I'll just catch up on vacuuming and a nap
have a good day
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