What does it mean containing violations? I have a question answered few years ago and it was only one paragraph. Does this mean violation?
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It has the red skull underneath. I can't give the link completely. I might break another violation. Thanks to anyone who can give the right answer.
How can I get rid of it? Remove it completely?
If you open the hub up there should be a little black box at the top which will give you details of where the violation is thought to be. Usually it is to do with the quality of images
Yeah, it might be because I have not entered any category. It says please enter category. Let's see if that is the case. wait...
Now I know... I am right. It says:
This hub contains very little content. It remains published, but is likely to be unpublished by a moderator if you do not fix the problem. If you plan to fix the problem later, please click the unpublish now button. To learn more about the problem, you can continue to the Hub and review the warnings at the top.
I'll fix it later. Thank you.
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