My recent hub has a title and a sub title as well. The subtitle is "should USA continue with chinese privileged trade". I tried to fix the title by giving the same script as the sub-title depicts. I hit the edit button to fix the title but could not do so.
Kindly some one guide me in this respect or the editorial staff fix it by themselves.
To fix the title, click on EDIT at the very top of the hub, to the right of the category.
To edit the subtitle, you need to click EDIT on the text box (in the grey bar at the top right of the text box).
You cannot change the URL.
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