Nothing seems to work with the URL section.
In the box ,I am supposed to fill in, there is already: (http:)
so now what Am I suppose to write there?
I tried everything,
-The title of my article
-My website name
-Both of them
-Keep the one that was given to me when I sign in
-I didn`t have // or any other signs that are prohibited
-And I didn`t have any spacing
Now can someone give me an example of what I should be writing?
I assume you are writing a new hub. If so, providing nothing is the best action; HP will automatically fill it in.
Thank you, because of you , I won`t go insane
Oh, don't do that! You will find much harder questions down the road.
Check out the learning center (link at the bottom of this page) when you do and if you can't find an answer come back to the forums. Hubbers are a good bunch and you can almost always find someone to help out.
And welcome to HubPages, by the way!
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