I just tried to publish a new hub and it isn't publishing. It isn't repetitive, I'm not using others' content so, I can't figure this out. It's entitled "Double life of a young woman"
Cagsil, thank you...how come I can't see it in the live feed? Strange..it never actually showed upon first publishing.
It still isn't...weird
Today I have not published, but last time newly published hubs did not appear in the feed there was a server issue. I do believe there is a slight server issue today as HubPages has gone down for maintenance once today that I know of and the notifications are running about five minutes behind as well.
HubPages was down for maintenance a little while ago. It might have had to dump the queue for the Feed. Don't really know though.
Again, don't know.
Yes, it is weird.
Hello Dale..as a matter of fact, the minute I hit "publish now," the screen went to "Hub Pages is under maintenance"....and, now, it is not showing on live feed. I've disabled my 'email announcement of publication' due to all the hundreds of emails in my in box (don't get me wrong; I'd LOVE to be able to read each and every one but do not have the time and my email keeps overloading...anyway)..
How do I get this hub onto live feed?
I rhink I'll 'unpublish' and then try later. Thank you Cagsil and Dale
I cut, pasted and started a new hub...I'll delete the old one in my archives...you should do this, Dale..it's never too late...it worked for me!
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