I'm just curious to know how many of you noticed it. When we go to the hot/best/latest hubs' page of any section/hubber there must be a link for navigating to next page(it was there). But, that 'next' button/link seems to be missing.
I know, I can manually go to the address bar and type /?page=X and it loads when done properly. After going to next page that way then it shows link for previous page and next pages. What is going wrong? Is it because of HP has some modifications in these pages?
(Banner ads show on top of hot, best, latest hubs)
The 'next' and numbers(links to further pages) are there working now. It was not there before...when I posted this thread
by Julie-Ann Amos 9 years ago
In the new style pages, is there no way now to see our own forum posts easily?The old one had a plce to click to view own posts - to track conversations, can't see how to do that in the new forums but may be being a bit dense.
by Karla Iverson 5 years ago
This may already be on the profile page somewhere, and I'm not seeing it. However, I just went to another hubber's profile page to find a hub that was recently written. I chose "Show" expecting to see "latest" as an option, as in the hubs are sorted by date, most recent first....
by Paul Edmondson 2 years ago
Hello Hubbers,We are going to be switching latest Hubs out from the sidebar of Hubs and going with Hot Hubs. As always, we are working on several changes that we hope are improvements. This should be live today or tomorrow. Best,Paul
by Marina 2 years ago
As a part of our continuing effort to improve site structure and content discoverability, we rolled out some updates to the Hub design today. Here is a breakdown of the changes: - The "Related" section (formerly named "Related Hubs") and Hub Groups (formerly Previous/Next) now...
by Thomas Byers 9 years ago
I thought I would start publishing some search engine tips to help everyone to get some extra hits from the search engines.1. Long TailDo you know what the Long Tail is. Its where you use a 3-5 word title for your Hub and you can find some long tail titles that you can rank very well for. You would...
by brandonhart100 7 years ago
Many times I hesitate to write an article over 1200 words because of how long it takes for readers to get down the page.You've all seen the easy navigation line to different topics and parts of articles that they put at the top of EVERY SINGLE article at Squidoo. While I do like that idea,...
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