I started writing my 4th hub. I entered Title, tags, etc. and tried to continue. Was told to fix web site address. I couldn't do it and was dropped right out of system. When I went back to start again I was told title was already taken. I think it was my title and was discouraged to find I couldn't find how to pick up where I had left off or start again with my original title.
Thnx for any help you may offer.
It is important to me that I write this article today.
Thank you for responding so quickly, sofs. I can not find my URL anywhere.
The title I wanted to use was Go Ahead - Make My Day. It would not come up in the next section in the manner the program seemed to want. I think I must have hit the wrong key on my keyboard because everything ended. I had already entered tags and Topic area.
When I went back in to start again I was told the title already existed. But, because it hadn't said that the first time, I assumed the existing title was mine. I have no idea how to reclaim that title.
I decided to use a different title and use the first one as a secondary title.
Thanks again for your help. I really do appreciate it. Sincerely Maralexa
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