I have just completed a Hub, but when I check it, no text is there, only images. To see full article, I have to click on Edit, and it is all there.
I have removed it because it is on my list of available material, but readers will no doubt think it odd, no text! Why is this and what can I Do?
Open it again in edit and check that the text capsules haven't been set to not show.
There is a tickable box inside the capsule saying 'don't display this capsule'. If it's ticked, untick it and everything should be fine.
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