I just wrote this hub today:
http://jenniferrpovey.hubpages.com/hub/ … psandwhips
I wrote it and published it, then posted it to social media. I was immediately informed by a reader that it had been 'unpublished'.
And, indeed, if I try to view it when signed out, it is unpublished.
From inside my account, however, it looks published. From my account listing, it looks published. It's showing no violations and I have received no messages saying it was unpublished for some kind of violation.
My other hubs appear to still be published fine.
And yes, I did try unpublishing it and then republishing it. I even tried this in two different browsers, just to cover all the bases.
I did have a hub unpublished before, but I was clearly informed as to why and it showed up as 'needs revision', which this one isn't.
I ran check for violations and nothing showed up.
It appears that the hub is published and not published at the same time, and my thought is an error in the publish script, although I would have *thought* unpublishing and then republishing would fix that. Sigh.
I can see it.
You might just have made a typo when sharing the URL. For example, if it has a period at the end of it it will say it is unavailable.
It reappeared as mysteriously as it disappeared.
Some kind of weird script glitch, no doubt.
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