I started a new hub and now I can not get to it to do the editing where do i find it please help
You can find it here: http://hubpages.com/my/hubs - If it is unpublished, it will be shown in dark red color. You can just click on it to load for editing.
I can find nada it says the site name is already in use. I started the first part with site name and tags and hit continue and that is all I have
if you have SKYPE I would appreciate the help skype + paez3396
thanks ron w
Is anyone here that can pleaseeeeeeeeeee help me get going. I added the tags, title and weppage name and hit continue and now I can not find anyplace to actually put the content.
I tried to redo but says site name is already taken
would someone please contact me on skype if they know what is the problem
If it says site name(url) is already taken, then you have to simply try different name. Try adding hyphen or underscore with name, that will help it.
hi and thanks but the site it says is taken is the site I used and would like to use it is not anothers site
I went and took a look for you. You have not, in fact, created any hubs. You'll have to start again. Have you checked out our newbie guide? I think it might help you better understand how to navigate the publication of your first hub.
Click on the my account tab at the top of the HP page. It should open to a list of your hubs there. Then you can click on the title of the hub to open it. From there, you can see the edit button at the top of the hub. Hope this helps!
Hi Bonnie but when I click on the account I get no listings but it tell me the page is already taken and I never made it past the continue button on the initial setup the page name i used is for life if you can check it
Bonnie Ramsey]Click on the my account tab at the top of the HP page. It should open to a list of your hubs there. Then you can click on the title of the hub to open it. From there, you can see the edit button at the top of the hub. Hope this helps!
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