I have spent a long time editing my hub, just to find it has the loading sign, but it never loads
Is this a fault with the system? Now I have wasted that time. Also, you ask me to choose a topic so I can ask this question, but there is NO relevant topic! Not a good experience and to be honest, I am wondering why I am bothering? Maybe you can tell me!
Unsure of the load time. Sometimes that is the fault of the browser and not HP. Sometimes clearing the cache helps with load times for me when opening a page on the internet. Unsure if they will help with load time saving a hub or publishing.
At the forums they have a technical category to alert the team of challenges. GoTo the forums and it defaults to the community section. At the left and there is 'Technical Questions'.
As far as a category for this type of question a suggestion is choosing: HubPages Tutorials and Community → HubPages, the community.
I agree with the other poster that clearing your browser cache is a good first step.
Try opening it up in another browser and see if that works.
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