when I creat a hub, the url in the address bank is http://hubpages.com/hub/wholesale-and-shopping?done, but later I want to see my hub with this url, the page indicate : Sorry, this page is no longer published.
anybody can tell me how I can receive the url of my hub? thanks
You have to publish it first. Click on your account - Click on the title of the hub you have made - Click edit - Click publish. After it gets published you can select the url from either the address field in your browser bar or click on the 'share it' button and then clicking on the link to the page.
?done - This will appear at the end of url only for the very first time you Publish any hub. Just ignore it later
wow, I published it.
SunSeven and oxymoron, Thank you very much.
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