I do not undestand this type of getting ready to post a new hub . . .Sure we give it a title, Then we have to give it an address? What is this and what address am i to give it? It certainly will not take [ notmeanymore ] so i really have no clue as to what fits in that bar? It really maks me want to quit. Thank-you. notmeanymore
This address is the url address of your hub. It will automatically generate one for you once you finish typing in the title to your hub. I rarely make the url different from the title, but you can change the part after "notmeanymore.hubpages.com/hub/" if you want.
Thank-you . . .I do not wish to change anything, i just wish to post with no problems, as i am not a problem solver with computers or instructions. I can however fix lots of other things. thank-you.
The url/address is automatically generated.
They just give you the option to change it if you want to.
Thank-you for this answer . . .This leads me to believe that i am to just by-pass it all together, right? I will try one more time . . .And if i can not post because it keeps asking for an address . . .I will pull every bodily hair out with tweezers on my 25 year old daughter. lol
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