Has anyone experienced the use of symbols in their comments turning into question marks?
I don't recall not being able to post them in the past. Just this weekend this has made my comments look weird.
Here I am posting a set of symbols, little iconic letters that I use frequently on Twitter and Facebook in the same way that smilies are used. They seem to show up here in this section, but not on the comments. ...
Let me take that back. When you preview, it originally looks fine. Then when you click to add it looks like ~~~>>>
BELOW IS SAMPLE OF SYMBOLS THIS IS ADDED AS A PHOTOGRAPH
by luvintkandtj 6 years ago
Have you had someone spam your hub with nothing but question marks?
by Aya Katz 8 years ago
When I post Hebrew words as part of a comment on Hubpages, right after I submit the comment, I can still see the Hebrew word I typed, but afterwards all the letters in the word turn into question marks. Yet I saw someone else post a phrase in Russian and it did not seem to turn into question marks....
by Tessa Schlesinger 8 months ago
Is there anyway of turning all the questions off without my having to go through every single article I have written to remove them one by one?It is destrucctive to my articles, because people either ask stupid questions or they make a statement there. The statement is lost because I am now going...
by L C David 4 years ago
Look at one of your articles and check out the format for the Related Hubs. On mine it now looks like a list.
by Kylyssa Shay 2 years ago
I just saw two new editing notices on my dashboard but when I went to the hubs it looks more like they've been affected by some kind of bug rather than an edit. The comments have been turned into bullet point lists and it looks terrible.https://soapboxie.com/social-issues/why …...
by Michael Willis 8 years ago
The way it was was great. Why the change?
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