For several days I have noticed my Google Chrome Browser loads HubPages so slow that I change browsers and go to Internet Explorer instead. Just curious if this is creating problems for others as well?
I have the same problem. IE - instant, Chrome - slow and often times out. Unfortunately I can't change picture size in IE, the drop down doesn't work, which is why I have to use Chrome for new hubs.
I'm guessing that Chrome is reading my entire disk and sending it to Google for future spamming before letting me into the page I want to access.
LOL...or maybe not...it does seem odd. Maybe I will download another browser as backup!
I have noticed a slower download as well, but it's not all the time. I think it might be based on the servicing connection(your ISP) and HP's servers.
Sometimes Hubs load slowly, and sometimes "my account" loads just as slow. It will take like 30 seconds before HP responds. It's not usual or typical, but is what I am seeing.
I do better with Chrome than Firefox.
Firefox has this habit of suddenly using 50% of my CPU for no reason.
I have had the same problem with Firefox.
I wonder, is HubPages working on mobile content HubPages - that may be the wave of the future. We could at least have teaser pages that lead phone users back to us when they get back to their lap top or desktop computer.
Other content loads fine on my Chrome browser...just Hubpages...it takes longer than three minutes and counting, just a white page! I think, it just doesn't load at all! Just interesting. Thankfully there are other browsers!
Just curious it only happens with Hubpages!
by FaithDream 3 years ago
Is Google Chrome, or Firefox, better than Internet Explorer?I'm wondering if I'm going to run into problems with these. Has anyone compared these search engines? Which is the best one to use with Windows 7 ?
by paulthomas500 10 years ago
Sir Paul or Maddie, if u're reading this, hubpages doesn't seem to work well with google chrome, seems like some of the scripts arent supported. For instance i wrote a whole long capsule and saved the changes but nothing was saved, it was a real waste of time and energy. I just wanted to bring this...
by MSantana 7 years ago
Does anyone has this problem? I try to post two articles and in both cases google chrome will kill hubpages. I needed to try more than 10 times just to get it to post a photograph from my computer. I am wondering if anyone knows why this happens with hubpages.
by Eugene Brennan 13 months ago
As if life wasn't hard enough.....
by Writer Fox 4 years ago
Using Firefox, they are OK, but in Chrome this is what a Topic page looks like right now:None of the Hubs show until you get to the very bottom, past the ad on the left:Google wants to see lots of content above-the-fold, not just links and ads. (Chrome is Google.)
by Dave McClure 10 years ago
I've just written, edited and published a hub using the Google Chrome browser. Until recently, there was always a message saying the browser wasn't fully compatible and some aspects might not work. Today, no message and everything working fine. HubPages might have announced this, but if so I missed...
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