Today, any comment I approved is still showing as "shown" and not approved. And, all the comments I left in response, aren't showing at all. Is there a problem?
Ok, I just checked them again, and comments left for my HUBS by others are not showing as approved, but none of the comments I left in response to them are showing at all.
Should I try to post them again?
If you tell me which hubs or hubs, and when you left the comment that isn't showing up, I can take a look.
Thanks Paul, I left them in response to comments I got on these HUBS of mine:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Dress_for_Succe … ce_Fashion
I left the comments within the last hour, between 5:40pm and 6:20pm est
Still no one has posted anything on this or gotten back to me, and the comments I left are still not appearing anyplace.
I had an editing problem while all this was going on last night. I posted exactly what happened in the other thread here with people having editing problems.
I can't find any evidence of comments in that time period, so I would suggest reposting them. Sorry about that.
If the problem reoccurs, please let us know.
Thanks! no problem at all, I guess it was isolated, which is good.
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