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I was working on an edit on my Pityriasis Tinea Versicolor hub and when I was done with the edit, the page appeared in a messed up format. ( I checked signed in and signed out)I viewed the page in IE9 and the hub was correct. I also deleted cookies, history and cache and checked again before...
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by SmartAndFun 2 years ago
Apologies in advance for asking a question I should know the answer to, but I just can't keep track anymore, and the search function is not yielding any helpful results.When writing new hubs or updating old ones, is it now recommended to place photos and videos so they take up the full width of the...
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