1. It may take a few days for eHow’s database to settle down after being re-programmed. There may be a few bugs–hopefully fewer than usual when eHow modifies its platform, but a few. You can be sure that eHow and Demand Media are now keenly aware that you are watching and taking screenshots (hint: ScreenHunter), so presumably they will endeavor to delete the UK article clones in a technically efficient and expedient manner, or offer an ETA for any
2. If you do see potential problems with your article, empty your browser’s cache and cookies and click “refresh,” just to be sure, before assuming anything you see is in its current state.
- Turn off any ad-blocking software, and
- Opt out of Google’s search personalization service if you plan to view your articles’ status in Google searches.
If you are using Firefox and have followed the above steps, you can be reasonably certain that whatever you see on your screen is what the rest of us are seeing.