Believe or not, I just can't find the URL details, especially the abbreviated version you see when you first create a new hub.
I should have copied it when I first set each page up, but didn't.
Help, cause I am feeling pretty dumb about this and looking everywhere without success, is holding up new pages and placing links at other sites.
If you open the hub it is also listed under 'stats', 'hubstats' at the bottom of the box.
Thank you all so much. I would never have found that. I have been reluctant to use forums, a bit shy to ask and never felt that I could contribute. Maybe I can't, but will look in future and if possible will help. Thank you. UCA
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