It is not the regular sign in page. It looks like it's in safe mode? But the rest of my accounts are ok. I signed in and signed out because once I signed in, it didn't look right. ?
Hi rebekahEllE, I can see the http of the URL has a red line through it and I have noticed that lots of Amazon capsules on pages have lost the products featured in them. Maybe Amazon does have a problem at the moment.
well, now mine is fine. Maybe it was just a momentary glitch. ?
try yours again HH.
2uesday, I don't know what that means. Maybe someone else does. I'll keep this up for a while longer in case others are having issues.
EDIT: yes, I just checked a few hubs and many of the products aren't showing, or the space they were in!
Sorry maybe https:// in the front of the URL is a UK thing. It has a padlock sign in front of it and appears on sites like banks etc. as a security symbol.
Why do Amazon products disappear or say 'no products shown'?
I think it looks so tacky when there's a heading about the product and no product is found, and yet there is a product on the amazon page.
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