In one of my hubs, I show related articles from one of my RSS feeds. For months, the feed has been displaying and if I put the URL into the browser, I can see the feed. However, on the hub I am getting the message, as of today, that there is no articles found in the RSS feed. The feed is:
http://dalehyde.hubpages.com/hubs/topic … 4/hot/?rss
displayed on the hub: http://dalehyde.hubpages.com/hub/Hurric … -and-Names
I would appreciate any assistance on this as this is a good hitting hub this time of year.
I did delete the capsule and add a new one but the problem still exists.
O wow, that is weird looking, a bunch of code I saw this on another site where I was trying to read and got all that instead and yes, tis annoying. It could be just a glitch but least HP will know and will get fixed, quick. Just got to wait it out, what time is it in SF now?
I see the site in 'source code' format. No idea why it's doing that but as I said, hopefully, HP will find and fix it. Just got to be patient. Is it 5:00 in SF yet?
I am still waiting. and waiting.....and waiting. This concerns me as this feed is being displayed on my "top" hub and the hub that is in the RSS feed WAS getting a lot of hits from the page.
This now appears to be resolved. Maybe it was just a Web Gremlin at work. I am happy now.
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