Hello Fellow Hubsters,
I love how intuitive the hubpages format is but wonder if it couldn't use a little tweaking. For instance, on some of my longer hubs it would be great to have a tool to add in a table of contents. Also, in Groups it would really be useful if we could add sub-groups to our major groups i.e.
interior design - interior design history - the baroque era
and lastly it would also be helpful if we could change (correct) and url. I noticed that in my latest article
interior is missing the 'r' :-(
If we already have access to tools to make the above changes somebody please point me in the right direction otherwise somebody please notify the powers that be!
As far as I am aware, we are able to change the title of a published Hub, but not the URL.
It just comes down to having to double check everything before we click submit.
Annoying, I know, but that is just how it goes. You are not the first Hubber to encounter this problem, and I doubt that you will be the last.
Please post to the Extreme Hub Makeover forum, where posting links is allowed.
I have filed a request to have this thread moved to the appropriate forum.
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