When i put my latest hubs rss in rss capsule i forgot to put the dot symbol ( hubpagescom) , i did not put ( .com) i just used ( com )and did the same thing in many of my hubs.
It looks like this
I know it is my mistake. But surprisingly i got the list of my latest hubs when i Did Not Put the dot symbol in hubpagescom
And so i was not able to recognise my mistake until i clicked on one of the hubs displayed in the capsule
And it took me to another Domain.I would like to know why the list of hubs were displayed in my Rss capsule when i made mistake in giving correct rss and why i was not able to get this in the "Broken link report"
It will be good if i get these errors listed in Broken link report and this will help avoiding my links getting redirected to another domain.
Thanks very much for reporting this! I am looking into it now and will let you know when we have this fixed.
I will post on this thread when I have an update for you.
Thanks Dear Larry for taking this into account.
Larry, You also work for HubPages? So you are the Tekky yes?
Hi AEvans, dishyum,
The three full-time engineers at HubPages are Paul Deeds (General Manager), Fawntia Fowler, and me.
We are planning to add a "staff" indicator on our profiles so that it will be easier to identify us in the future.
The list of HubPages staff with pictures can be found here:
All three of us code and handle technical support.
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