Just reporting a little issue with photo captions - the text overlaps the amazon capsules, making the captions unreadable. Screenshot below:
Sorry to hear about the formatting issue.
I looked at the Hub, but I think you removed the text.
If possible, can you add the text back so I can see and document the issue for your engineering team?
I can restore the shorter copy after I have some good details to forward.
Here's a screenshot from today - the problem is still there. I haven't edited the hub in any way since it was originally published.
Sorry about any confusion.
I looked at the Hub in Chrome and did not see the formatting issue you witnessed and of which you sent a screenshot and assumed (in error) that you had changed the caption.
I will look into the issue further in both IE9 and the latest stable version of Chrome (19.0.1084.57) for Windows.
In the meantime, can you try upgrading Chrome and clearing your browser cache?
I have closed this post: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/99261
If you have any other details, please include them here and not in additional forum posts.
Thanks, Matthew! And pass my thanks on to the engineering team, too!
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