There was an ad for south university -- it had a picture of two sticky notes on it and it was making my cursor disappear. It's really strange because I've never had an ad really do that before. Once I closed the tab, my cursor was fine.
It could be a fluke, but I'm pretty sure it was the ad.
Same here. I hit the back button or close the tab and it goes away.
by Laurel Rogers 7 years ago
I hope I can describe this problem I'm having-here goes.When I go to the 'Manage Groups' page, after I've assigned each hub to its category, I am unable to click on the 'save' button. I can click on the 'collapse all' or 'expand all'. Then if I try to proceed somewhere else, a pop-up...
by Disillusioned 8 years ago
People at one end say that good content is a must for a Hub or for any web article where Google adsense is the revenue source. I believe if the content is really good, the visitor will read through and reach the end of the article.But people at another end in Hubpages advice you not to place any...
by Rumana 5 years ago
Which is making more money for you- Ad sense or Hub Pages Ad Program?I am making money from Hub Pages Program, but there is simply no income from Ad sense.Don't know the reason behind it.Do you have a same problem?
by Rajan Singh Jolly 6 years ago
Have you ever inadvertently happened to click on an advertisement on any hubber's hub?while moving the cursor across the hub!
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