How do you get rid of an anomalous link in your newly published ebook?
I know this sounds stupid, but after publishing my ebook, I notice that a word was underlined and when I clicked on it, it took me to someones hub that I have no idea how! I did copy and paste the first page from my hub for my ebook, so I went into my hubs and got rid of the links, went to my word doc file and changed the wording then downloaded the ebook again, and would you believe it? Its still darn well there! help! big time please!
by Tony2 years ago
I did report this some time back but I cannot find the old report....When you have a broken link and you go into edit mode and click the "unlink" icon after highlighting the linked text it all looks OK - the...
by Cindy Lawson7 years ago
Weird one this, but I published a hub 7 minutes ago at time of writing this post, yet when I viewed hub feed immediately afterwards, the most recent post on any hub was over 90 minutes ago. I left it a few minutes and...
by Resolver20096 years ago
What is the best way to go about getting published internationally with a newly written debut novel?Just wondering if anyone has any knowledge of this, or have gone through the process themselves. Is it best to send a...
by Rajan Singh Jolly5 years ago
On the newly published hubs I do not see the 'Link to this page' button ?It was present earlier at the bottom of the hub. How do I share my hubs with my referral tracker in it now?
by Cheeky Kid3 years ago
Do we have to share our newly published hubs here on hubpages?So, do we or does it automatically get shared to our followers when they get publised?
by Lori Colbo6 months ago
What are the red underlined words about in our hubs?Red underlines on random words in our hubs are links to hubpages main page. What is the purpose of it and how are the words chosen? It silly and annoying to have a...
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