Its weird and hard to read. Why would someone publish a hub like this.
Freckles аrе small flat brown spots
thаt аppеаr оn
sun-exposed skin, еѕpеcіаlly thе face
arms. Freckles аrе inherited аnd bеcоmе darker with
sun exposure. Ultraviolet rays frоm thе sun
You understand what I am saying?...
I might flag it as "poorly formatted" or "low quality," if it was obvious that it was meant to be useful or informative.
I see poetry formatted like that all the time. I don't flag, rate, or comment on most poetry, because I don't like most of it. But just because I dislike it doesn't mean it's bad.
Definitely a problem, and you'd be right to flag it. Such a Hub would be moderated for poor formatting that interferes with the readability of the content.
Is it spun or copied with automated software and then never looked at?
could be cut & paste from a word processor
Word does that sometimes when I use that method
but... I at least preview the results to insure something like the above example does not happen.
I do not know why things are irritating me today.. I mean really. Why would they post that....
if you feel strongly about it, just flag it and HP will look after the rest...
I am sick of all the losers on here affecting my standing on the Net.
From now on it's war....
spammer/spinner - flag!
ESL author incapable of mastering the rules of the English language - flag!
incompetent of any origin unable to do basic formatting - flag!
Hubpages is not a TEFL centre nor a kindergarten.
If you cannot use the tools available to produce a decent-looking hub with respectable content, I do not want you here.
I will hound you until your sorry excuse for a profile is banned forever.
It probably means they cut and pasted the content without even really looking at it.
by Donna Oliver 9 years ago
I went through the forums, and found a thread on this. The suggestion was to sign out and sign back in. I tried, but without success. Any thoughts? THANKS!!
by Liz Elias 8 years ago
Sometimes, my eyes play tricks on me, and I don't spot a typo or punctuation glitch when I'm writing, necessitating a vist to the 'edit' button.This is an extremely frustrating process, beause I write poetry, most of which is carefully formatted with non-traditional line breaks.This is hard enough...
by Michael Madden 10 years ago
OK, I didn't necessarily graduate at the top of my class, but I've formatted text before on other editors from an MS Word doc.I saw a video re:hubPages that claimed to click the text, then edit button, and a popup will appear to insert the text.The 'text' logo on the upper left isn't clickable, so...
by Ash 3 years ago
Can a recipe hub be a stellar hub?
by peachy 3 years ago
What is the difference between blemish and freckles? how to treat them?
by Scott S Bateman 3 years ago
By a top-quality Hub, I mean one that is more than 1,000 words, contains original or carefully chosen photos from other sources, gets a Hubscore at least into the 80s if not the 90s and is Featured. It may or may not be an Editor's Choice. By hours, I mean research, writing, editing and promoting.
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