Do you mean just renaming the title of the hub itself? That's possible to do, all you have to do is go to edit mode and.. well.. change the title.
As far as I know that's the most you can do in blogger, as well. I just test edited a few of my blog posts and while you can change the title and republish the entry, the URL itself doesn't seem to change at all.
I'm not a blogger expert, but if you can change the URL I'm not aware of how..?
Apologies if you were asking something entirely different.
No, you can't rename a URL after it's published, because a URL isn't really a name, it's a place - if you change it, it's a different place!
Sometimes, if you just click 'answer this request' you can end up with a pretty silly looking URL, unless you change it before publishing.
But all is not lost - what you can do is unpublish the hub and reuse the content on a more sensible URL.
The TITLE, on the other hand is just content, so can be changed at any time.
by Steven Miller 8 years ago
How do you rename a hub URL? For exampleThe hub URL is http://hubpages.com/hub/America-The-Radicle-RightRadicle is misspelled it should be radical. I spelled it right everywhere except the URL. What can I do. Can I unpublish it and fix it from there?
by Daniel Carter 8 years ago
So, I didn't do very good research about the hub name, and so I did it after the fact, learning that there are actually a few other articles on the net with the same title I used for my latest hub. I think I should rename it, and am okay for taking a few dings for a few weeks if it will help in the...
by Sanjay Sharma 4 years ago
After changing the title of the hub, the URL remains the same. Does it affect the existing traffic or the position on Google ? How often the title could be changed ? Is it advisable or not ?
by Jonathan Wylie 8 months ago
So...if I wanted to change the URL of a published article...is that impossible? Or can mods/editors do that? Can I do it? I changed my keywords that I wanted to target as I wrote the article and would like to add those to the URL. Thoughts?
by DatsNice 6 years ago
If I revise my hub, how do I change the URL so it matches the title?
by Jake Michael Peralta 3 years ago
I just published a new article called "Interesting Guns in Gaming". Unfortunately, the web address for this article used the original name of the article "Top Three Guns in Gaming". Do I have to do something before publishing?
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