I'm using the most updated version of firefox. I've been told to go to my home page and there will be an option to customize my home page but I don't see anything. There is no down arrow key at the top right. I have nothing in the top right or left of my home page to choose from.
Am I missing something?
On the top of your feed by the status bar, you can click on "Filters". Underneath "Filter by Type," you can choose the different types of stories you want to read. If you want to edit your feed settings, click on "Edit" next to "Filter by Type" and you will be able to choose what shows up in your feed. Hope this helps!
It didn't occur to me that she meant feed and not profile. Good call!
Ok, maybe I reworded it wrong. What I wanted to do was place the words "Ask Sheila Lee A Question" right under my RRS feed and widget. I've seen some users have it in their profile, right under their profile pic, but I only have the RRS feed and widget add on.
Hey Shelia! We can see it- it's just that Hubbers can't ask themselves questions
The only thing folks can change in that section is:
1. Whether they can be contacted
2. Whether they show Accolades
3. What Fan Mail they post
Sign out and then view. It should be there.
Not sure, but try http://hubpages.com/my/profile/profile
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