I have a hub up that is in the pink so to speak...pink as in colour not health!- The problem with this hub is that is not being passed by the censor and I don't what is wrong with it..
The name is http://hubpages.com/hub/Training-To-Be-A-Nurse
The header is: Training To Become A Medical Provider i.e. Nurse, Doctor, Pharmacist or Other .
The category is: All TopicsBusiness and EmploymentLearn Business SkillsOff-the-Shelf Training Training To Become A Medical Provider i.e. Nurse, Doctor, Pharmacist or Other .
The tags are: training career doctor australia hospital doctors patient nurse nurses pharmacist training video medical training medical field training training part 2 training part 1 drugadd tag
The header is editstatsdeletesuggest links Please address the moderator set alert below before submitting this hub for publication.
Deceptive Tags, Title, or Category ????? can't see how
This hub needs to be revised before it can be published.
and where is "the moderator set alert below" located on the page
Plus I do not know how to change the category if that is the case also.
chhers and thanks in advance if someone can help...cheers
It is really hard to evaluate since we cannot see the body of the hub.
Your url is about training to be a nurse. Is this the main message in the hub?
Do you address in equal parts training to be a Doctor, Pharmacist or Other?
Be sure the Tags are a part of the written text in the hub.
Is this the header "editstatsdeletesuggest links" if so then you have managed to get a line of page code instead of a working title and that would trip the wrong category swithc.
If this is the header then you have to rename it to suit your material.
scrub the category query - just found out how on the accounts page...thanks
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