You forgot to allow comments on this my recipes part 2----the banana bundt cake one looks so...
yummy!!!! wealthmadehealthy here back onlinie!!
by Karla Iverson 5 years ago
If the hub comments are set to need approval before they are displayed, you can see that as someone who has commented. This would allow you, as a commenter, to easily tell the hub writer in a second comment if there was a mistake or serious typo without being concerned that it would be...
by charlie 3 years ago
Why are people allowed to post and not allow comment.I was just notified of a new hub in the Christianity section. It is pure foolishness and does not belong, but he gets to push his ideas with no worry about those with truth bothering him. WHY?
by Paula 3 years ago
Is it bad to allow comments with links, in my hubs?I have a hub that sometimes gets comments that are nice and applicable to the content, but they end with a link to what looks to be a business. I want to approve the comments, but for some reason seem to hesitate. Does anyone recall...
by Cecil Kenmill 3 months ago
Need some advice. Should I allow only signed-in HP members to comment on hubs? That's what I've been doing since the beginning (to weed out spam) but now I'm not so sure... This is from the HubPages blog: "Only signed-in users may post comments: If you choose this option, only other Hubbers...
by charlie 5 years ago
Why should anyone read a "Christian" hub that does not allow comments.Why would anyone give any credence to a "Christian " hub that does not allow response, no way to respond or offer addition or correction if needed? If it is a scriptural article then scripture...
by Sp Greaney 6 years ago
Why would the bananas in a banana cake turn a reddy/purple when cooked?
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