Photo Capsule Advanced Techniques

The HubPages Photo Capsule

Learn how to optimize your photo images to communicate well with both search engines and human readers! Are you sure you know all about the thumbnail feature and how to use it in conjunction with a slideshow?

Most hubs about the Photo Capsule cover only the basics and stop there. Since this hub covers advanced techniques in depth, I will omit the basic stuff and just go for the tips and tricks beyond that. If you find that something here seems incomplete, the links to the lower right of this are the best sources for basic instruction. For ease of navigation in this hub, you can click on links in the numbered table of contents below to jump directly to any section.

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Basic tutorials for the Photo Capsule

Photo size

The most significant thing about photo size is that you can adjust the height of the Photo Capsule to ease your hub layout.

A Photo Capsule can be either full width or right-hand column only. Furthermore, three image widths can be specified: full, half and quarter. Half-width and quarter-width images will appear the same size in either size Photo Capsule. A full-width image (usually of short height) only displays full in a full-width Photo Capsule and defaults to half-width in a narrow Photo Capsule.

To put it another way, all three image sizes are available for the full size Photo Capsule, but only the two smaller sizes are available when the capsule is used in the right-hand column.

Side-by-side comparison photos

This image helped me win Hub-of-the-Day. I used Microsoft Paint to combine the four initial photos. This could display twice as wide as shown here.
This image helped me win Hub-of-the-Day. I used Microsoft Paint to combine the four initial photos. This could display twice as wide as shown here. | Source

It is possible to give the appearance of side-by-side photos or left- and right-hand columns. Use any photo editing software to join two photos into one image. Then insert the result into a full-width Photo Capsule. This is very useful for before and after comparisons.

It should be apparent that a smaller file size will enable a page to load faster.

JPGs saved at the size that will be displayed do not waste time downloading useless resolution. Pages load faster when images are presented as thumbnails (to be discussed below) instead of free-standing photos. Palettes of fewer colors load more quickly as well. For graphics with solid colors and no gradients, GIF is suitable and loads faster than JPG.

Special effects with minimum photo sizes

There is some magic about the "minimum" file size of 200 pixels wide by 150 pixels high. Images smaller than that are sometimes desirable for separator bars, sample avatars, etc. The small size prevents them from appearing in slideshows or as the photo of hubs you "spotlight" at the top of your profile page. For either of these purposes, they would be considered too grainy.

Undersize images--if the first one--will still appear, however, as the cover photo [my label] of your hub when it appears alongside summaries on your profile page. There are times you might want to use this to good effect. You can select a first photo somewhat uncluttered and size it just under 200 pixels wide or 150 pixels high. Then select a quality second photo that will work well in the spotlight position at the top. Now your hub is featured twice, but with different teaser photos.

HubPages crops the first photo

This is how HubPages used to display links to the hub in the photo below. In some contexts, it still does. Note that this wide-aspect photo still looks like a convertible when cropped.
This is how HubPages used to display links to the hub in the photo below. In some contexts, it still does. Note that this wide-aspect photo still looks like a convertible when cropped. | Source

Full-width photo under the title

If your first photo is full width, it may be best directly following the main title. This way it doesn't interrupt the flow of text. You don't want the reader to quit after one paragraph!
If your first photo is full width, it may be best directly following the main title. This way it doesn't interrupt the flow of text. You don't want the reader to quit after one paragraph! | Source

Location of first photo

Ensure that your first photo will work when cropped square. Rectangular aspect ratios display fine in the body of your hub. In some other places, however, HubPages crops the long dimension when placing it next to its title or summary. If HubPages cropping tool won't work, you can use other software to create a square image by adding to the shorter dimension.

Where to place that first photo depends on the kind of hub and kind of picture. For most hubs, you probably want to allow enough room above the first photo for a Google AdSense ad. If you think, however, that your first two paragraphs aren’t strong enough to keep the reader on the page and you’ve got an attractive photo, put that at the top with AdSense right below it. Another time to push the AdSense ad lower on the page is with sales hubs. That can be done either with a photo or an ad capsule, both of which should be what you are trying to sell. Finally, if your first photo is full width, it may be best right under the title so that it doesn’t break the flow of text. See the illustration of the convertible at right.

Be sure also that the first photo does not consist of fine detail, because that will be lost when it is reduced to a small square. For example, the casserole on the left below is more appealing than the ad capsule how-to on the right.

This is about the size teasers appear at the bottom of a hub. Note also that they are borderless and cropped square.
This is about the size teasers appear at the bottom of a hub. Note also that they are borderless and cropped square. | Source

In the body of the hub, you can (and should) place a border around images that have indistinct edges. These are more apt to be screen shots and graphics than photos. But that border won’t display on the thumbnail that appears next to the hub’s listing, as in the example above. For that reason, it works best for the first photo to have a dark background for contrast on those pages.

Optimize images for Google Image Search

Google looks at four parts of each image to determine what it is: capsule title, caption, source (and image filename, over which HubPages gives us no control). If you fill in these fields, you can bring in some views from Google Image Search and increase your search engine rank position (SERP).

How does Google "see" images?

Fill-in the title, source, url and caption fields. (A relevant filename won't help with HubPages' system.)
Fill-in the title, source, url and caption fields. (A relevant filename won't help with HubPages' system.) | Source

Source name and URL

If you took the photo yourself (see image above), and want to get extra link juice, put your name as the “Name of source” and the URL to your profile page as the “Source URL.” You can alternatively link the "Source URL" to your hub (as I did at right).

If you specify only the “Name of source” and no "Source URL," the link will not be live, thus, How to Copy Edit in a Foreign Language.

If you specify only the “Source URL” and no "Name of source," you will have a live link, but in the non-aesthetic form of http://howards.hubpages.com/hub/How-Copy-Edit-Foreign-Language.

For photos and images that you download from another source, besides ensuring that you have permission, give credit to the “Name of source” and provide the “Source URL.” It is nice to leave a comment at the source site, if appropriate, though I am not sure whether you get any kind of backlink.

Capsule title

The title of a Photo Capsule counts just as much as the title of any other capsule. You should, in fact, try to title all capsules of any type if it works OK for the hub. This is a good place to use an alternate of one of your text capsule subheads--like I've done with most of the Photo Capsules in this hub. Although it is allowable to place several photos in a single Photo Capsule, you can only give the capsule one title. Using separate capsules for each photo allows you to title each one individually and also allows more layout flexibility.

Image caption

Search engines crawl the description text like they do the content of text capsules. This is an opportunity to use synonyms of keywords. The description becomes especially important to readers if you use the slideshow function (see next section). When the slideshow is viewed, the surrounding text and context is obscured, so if you want your reader to know anything about the photo, e.g. in a photo gallery, art gallery or step-by-step procedure, paraphrase it in the photo descriptions, which will display with each slide.

The slideshow function

If your hub has at least two photos (at least 150 pixels high x 200 pixels wide; the number of capsules doesn’t matter), the slideshow function will turn on by default. You may read in various places about turning the slideshow function on or off, but this is no longer an option. A minimum of 1000 pixels wide is recommended for best slideshow results.

When you hover over the photo, a tooltip will appear offering to "View all 10 photos" or however many. There is currently what feels like a bug, so that the tooltip does not always appear. Sometimes it will appear when hovering over some photos but not others; sometimes it will fail to appear on any photo in a given hub. The slideshow, however, will still work.

Note that the slideshow will not be active while in edit mode, but you can view it in preview mode before publishing.

The thumbnail function

If I have several photos that are related, I will often insert them as thumbnails. This pulls them all together into one spot for quick selection and comparison. Thumbnail capsules can be employed more than once in a hub (unlike the slideshow function). The manager of a French bed-and-breakfast effectively uses eight separate sets (capsules) of thumbnails to present virtual tours of her facilities and nearby attractions. Notice that there is essentially no limit to the number of thumbnails that can be included in a single capsule; they simply stack in rows above the first photo. A web designer uses thumbnails artfully to control the many photos needed in her cooking hubs.

Thumbnails prevent borders

I placed a border around the screenshot above, but the Photo Capsule in the original hub did not permit borders. Note that it is hard to discern where one thumbnail ends and the next begins. (Thumbnails are not functional here as in the actual hub.)
I placed a border around the screenshot above, but the Photo Capsule in the original hub did not permit borders. Note that it is hard to discern where one thumbnail ends and the next begins. (Thumbnails are not functional here as in the actual hub.) | Source

Thumbnails used creatively

Click thumbnail to view full-size
Thumbnail-sized answer keys to this crossword puzzle discourage cheating. They are available both upside-down for traditional printing and right-side-up for on-screen viewing. Go ahead; try clicking on each thumbnail.Click image at left for printing (small, inverted).Click image at right for viewing on screen (large print).
Thumbnail-sized answer keys to this crossword puzzle discourage cheating. They are available both upside-down for traditional printing and right-side-up for on-screen viewing. Go ahead; try clicking on each thumbnail.
Thumbnail-sized answer keys to this crossword puzzle discourage cheating. They are available both upside-down for traditional printing and right-side-up for on-screen viewing. Go ahead; try clicking on each thumbnail. | Source
Click image at left for printing (small, inverted).
Click image at left for printing (small, inverted).
Click image at right for viewing on screen (large print).
Click image at right for viewing on screen (large print).

One drawback of thumbnails is that you have to choose between a thumbnail view and a border of the photo; you can’t have both. This can be a problem with objects set against a white background, e.g. the line drawings in the screenshot of the example at right. One work-around for this (not employed in the example here) is to use other photo editing software to give each image a border before uploading it.

Another drawback of thumbnails is that they are so small as to be nearly indistinguishable until they are clicked on. This problem is illustrated in the example here as well. I realize that we’re trying to get the reader to click and view it larger, but they have to be able to tell what’s there in order to be enticed to click it!

Think creatively!

Finally, there are many creative ways to use thumbnails in graphic design. In giving the solution for the Plumber's Toilet Crossword Puzzle, I needed to make the solution small enough not to tempt cheating, but accessible for checking the correct answers. Furthermore, those who view the solution on screen need to read it right-side up, but those printing it out to work on elsewhere need the solution of readable size, but upside-down. You can see how five thumbnails accomplished all of this cleverly; instructions above the thumbnails explained how to view it for each purpose.

I am displaying this particular photo capsule here in its full dynamic state. Go ahead and click on each thumbnail to see what it does. Notice that I utilized the description field for each of the arrows as well. And, of course, clicking on either of the toilets a second time permits them to be enlarged to full-size.


Thumbnails preview a slideshow

Click thumbnail to view full-size
Thumbnails at the top display time-lapse photography that can also be viewed as a slide show. (The bottom row of thumbnails was done in a photo editor and is irrelevant to my point here.)
Thumbnails at the top display time-lapse photography that can also be viewed as a slide show. (The bottom row of thumbnails was done in a photo editor and is irrelevant to my point here.)
Thumbnails at the top display time-lapse photography that can also be viewed as a slide show. (The bottom row of thumbnails was done in a photo editor and is irrelevant to my point here.) | Source
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Thumbnail plus slideshow

Another advanced technique is to combine the thumbnail and slideshow features, either in the same capsule or in separate capsules of a hub. I used this technique for a series of seven time-lapse photos of my sports car taking a corner in a four-wheel drift. In this case, the thumbnails are a preview to encourage watching the slideshow. And it’s cool to see how fast your computer can move from one slide to the next, giving action to the slide (pun intended). I’ve made it active here; try it.

I have already mentioned that the first slide of the slideshow can occur before the set of thumbnails. There can be multiple sets of thumbnails in a single hub—I’ve used two in this hub—but only one slideshow.

That about covers the advanced techniques I’ve learned so far about the Photo Capsule.


If you know advanced techniques I missed, please share below:

(Note that some comments below refer to features no longer supported—the content above is continually revised to describe the current features.)


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prektjr.dc 5 years ago from Riverton, KS, USA

Love all the information! I will definitely check into using some of them! Thanks, voted up and useful!


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ktrapp 5 years ago from Illinois

Howard, This is a really nice tutorial on the use of images within a hub. I have never noticed the slideshow dialog box, so I appreciate you explaining that feature. As far as thumbnail images go, I like all the examples you gave of ways people use them. I tend to use thumbnails for each step of a recipe.


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tamron 5 years ago

Very well illustrated hub! Lots of useful info. for images> I didn't know you could SEO photos see ya learn something new everyday.


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GmaGoldie 5 years ago from Madison, Wisconsin

Howard,

Exceptional - you covered everything. Perfection.


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Stephanie Henkel 5 years ago from USA

Your clear instructions and explanations are so helpful! I didn't know until recently that putting a link to my profile page in the "Source URL" box would be useful. Using a descriptive caption and title are also great advice. Now I'm going back to make some changes to some of my early hubs!

I'm adding a link to this hub in my recent "How to Choose Pictures for your Hub" article. Thanks so much for adding a link to my hub here!


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HikeGuy 5 years ago from Northern California Coast

Thanks for the pleasant, clear and informative instructions. The Moluccan Scrubfowl were a great bonus. I've been thinking of using some of my own pics, so I'm glad to know about the URL trick. Voted up.


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RobertDCrandell 5 years ago

Nice hub!Great information on hubpages photo capsule. You made clear instructions.Thanks. Useful and voted up!


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Dolores Monet 5 years ago from East Coast, United States

This is, by far, the best hub I've ever read on working with the images capsule. You have not only included some information that I was not aware of, but you presented it in such a clear manner that even I could understand it. Voted up and awesome!


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gryphin423 5 years ago from Florida

I was doing some of what you talked about, but not all. Thank you for a very informative hub!


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VirginiaLynne 5 years ago from United States

Very informative hub. Thanks Howard!


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capricornrising 4 years ago from Wilmington, NC

Holy canoli. THANK YOU for having the answer to my default slideshow function removal question, plus a load of other useful info. Bookmarking now.


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peoplepower73 4 years ago from Placentia California

Thank you so much for the information. I'm new to Hub Pages (two months 8 published hub pages). This gives me a whole new dimension to work with. I liked the way everything is linked together. It reminds me of programming using sub-routines. I also like how you showed your can have control of ad placement.


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B. Leekley 4 years ago from Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA

I bookmarked this very helpful hub for closer study soon and shared it with my followers.


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Lisas-thoughts101 4 years ago from Northeast Texas

Thanks, Howard for all the useful information. Some is still over my head but I am going to keep at it until I understand it all. Very impressed with all the uses for the photo hub. I had no idea. Voted up and useful.

Lisa


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vespawoolf 4 years ago from Peru, South America

This is just the info I was looking for...I hope to use it in my next hub. Thank you! Voted up and shared!


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Vanderleelie 4 years ago from New Brunswick, Canada

Excellent hub with clear instructions for making the most of photos. Thanks!


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brakel2 4 years ago from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Hi Howard - This is an excellent hub about the photo capsule that is new to me. I need to go back over it a few times while using the techniques to make it familiar to me. Once I use it a few times, it will be in my brain. You taught this to yourself which is a great skill. I love to learn new things, and HubPages is truly an educational source. It is similar to taking various courses. Take care and happy writing.


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bankscottage 4 years ago from Pennsylvania

Great Hub. I am working on a few Hubs with photos (slideshows and thumbnails). But, when I check the Settings tab to try some of your suggestions, I only find options for my ads and nothing for slideshow (even for hubs with more than 5 pictures). Am I missing something or did HP read your Hub and take away the slideshow options from the Settings Tab? Thanks.

Voted Up and useful


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Peggy W 4 years ago from Houston, Texas

Hi Howard,

I guess I need more specific directions to have the name highlighted with a live link to the HubPages profile for the name attribution under one of our own photos. Please give me the ABC's of doing this in simple 1,2,3 methods. Thanks! You might wish to do that here and in the Q&A section that led me to this hub. Am certain that others will also want to know how to do this. Thanks!


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Howard S. 4 years ago from Dallas, Texas, and Asia Author

@bankscottage: You're right. Thanks for calling this to my attention. The following from the HubPages blog describes the overhaul of slideshows. They may may have made some aesthetic improvements, but they have removed a great deal of control. And they appear to be beyond the point of eliciting feedback. I will need to completely revise a significant portion of this hub.

http://blog.hubpages.com/_hsrf/2012/04/slideshow/


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bankscottage 4 years ago from Pennsylvania

I haven't been on HP too long, but it does seem that they want control over presentation. I could see how it could get out of hand, but I think some things, like your photo suggestions, only make the Hubs better.

I know that we have an HTML option for the text capsule. If too much manipulation occurs in HTML, I wonder how long before we loose that.


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Howard S. 4 years ago from Dallas, Texas, and Asia Author

@bankscottage: You will find that the set of HTML commands permitted in text capsules is extremely limited. Any forcing has to be done with ASCII, not with HTML.


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Glenn Stok 4 years ago from Long Island, NY

Great information Howard. I usually disable slide shows in most of my hubs. But recently HubPages changed it so that we no longer can turn it off if we have five or more images. So, thanks to the information that you gave me here, I plan to go through a number of my hubs and add more text information to each image, which will display in the slideshows as you explained. This is really important for slideshows to have a meaningful presentation. You made that clear, and I thank you for that.


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Howard S. 4 years ago from Dallas, Texas, and Asia Author

Glenn, I need to point out that the change is not just for hubs with more than five images, but for those with more than two. Quoting from their blog announcement, "The new slideshow also appears by default on all Hubs with more than two images. There is no longer an option to disable the feature because it no longer involves directing readers away from the actual Hub." As I commented about four posts above this one, I need to substantially revise this hub now.

Thanks for commenting. Your how-to hubs are often helpful to me.


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Maralexa 4 years ago from Vancouver, Canada and San Jose del Cabo, Mexico

Great Hub Howard! Thanks for the updated information. This really helps me. I think that good images, well laid out really make a hub. So I greatly appreciate your article.

Cheers, Maralexa


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Howard S. 4 years ago from Dallas, Texas, and Asia Author

@Maralexa, I'm glad you found these image tips helpful. The slideshow part is not at all up-to-date; I will have to revise the it to keep up with HubPages recent changes.

I figured out how to handle those photos that mysteriously rotate 90 degrees after importing. If I torque them (too far) before importing, they end up with the correct orientation. Still no way to predict which photos will be affected.


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Glenn Stok 4 years ago from Long Island, NY

I read this and commented already before. But you gave a lot of useful information that I wanted to come back and review. One in particular I didn't think about in the past... Images with a light background and no distinct edges, such as screenshots, don't stand out well as a thumbnail on profile pages and category pages.  I have a few like that which  I used as the first image in some of my Hubs.

Now that you brought this to my attention I'm going to go back and put a border around them with photoshop so the border shows in the thumbnails.

You also reminded me that I need to go over my hubs and add more paraphrasing under each image. That is more important than ever since HP is now forcing slideshows in all cases when we have more than two images in a hub.

I'm glad you reminded me that I need to go and add paraphrasing so that each image is meaningful in the slideshows. Thanks for the reminder and thanks for the entire hub which I found very informative.


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Sinea Pies 4 years ago from Northeastern United States

This hub is amazing! So much that I didn't know but NEED to is in here. THANK YOU! Tomorrow morning I will start tagging my photos just as you say to get "link juice"! Voted up, useful and shared. :)


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sgbrown 4 years ago from Southern Oklahoma

I learned a couple of things here! I need to caption all my photos, which I have not been doing and I need to include my url on "my" photos, which I did not realize I needed to do. Going back in and editing now! Thank you sooo much for such great information! Voted up and useful!


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moonlake 4 years ago from America

Very useful hub. I have a few things I need to change on my hubs after reading your hub. Voted up.


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Au fait 4 years ago from North Texas

This is another super hub. Thank you for this one too! Very helpful.


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rajan jolly 4 years ago from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar,INDIA.

This is an awesome lot of information to digest and assimilate at one go. I'm bookmarking this hub to come back again and understand it better.

Thanks for sharing this information. Voted up, useful & awesome.


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moonlake 4 years ago from America

I found one thing out if you have lots of your own photos on a page and you put your source URL as your own it won't work. You will get a warning. I was redoing a hub today and that's what happened. I received a warning that I had more than two URL to the same source. That was the only thing I had redone as far as URL so I took them all off and it was fine.


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brakel2 4 years ago from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Excellent article, well organized and full of detailed information. I am so glad to know more about the photo capsule. The photos that are on the hub are so important to the content, in my opinion. I love to read a hub about photography and ways to place photos correctly so enhance a story. Now I just need to learn how to do borders. I like the borders also. Good work and good writing voice.


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Howard S. 4 years ago from Dallas, Texas, and Asia Author

@moonlake: Your recent crisscross cookie hub links at least four photos to your profile page. So I think it still works the way it should. HubPages is always tweaking things, however, and it's possible they've botched the warning. A warning is just that, not a violation. If you are trying to link to another website--even one that you own--that would be a violation.


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Howard S. 4 years ago from Dallas, Texas, and Asia Author

@brakel2: For a simple border, like I've used in a few of the photos above, you can select that withing the Photo Capsule instead of Slideshow or Thumbnail. For more complex borders, you'll need to use another piece of software. I won't get into that here because I don't do much of it; there are many ways to do it and many hubs about it.


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RTalloni 4 years ago from the short journey

Thanks much for this helpful info on using the Photo Capsule. Directed here from Molometer's Google Picture Search I found instruction that I needed. Nicely done!


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moonlake 4 years ago from America

Your right I'm sure because I did put the URL on photos on different hubs like you said and it is working. I don't know what the problem was. I will try to add a few again and see what happens.


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England

This really explains it well, I didn't understand about the photo urls etc, but I have got it now! lol! thanks!


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Howard S. 4 years ago from Dallas, Texas, and Asia Author

@NellRose: I'm glad you found this helpful. Many don't understand the SEO capabilities of the Photo Capsule. In fact, I had this hub partially written before I latched onto that part of it. I had intended my focus to be primarily on the advanced layout potential.


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LauraD093 4 years ago from Pittsburgh PA

This was so helpful . I will definitely be using it as a reference have been re-editing some hubs and hoping to improve their visibility through the slide-show feature. I suppose I will need to pull the hub then re-publish to access the slide show feature (if I read your link correctly it will not be offered just on a edit.) Again thank-you I am relatively new to the hub community and on-line publishing (still a novice) your hub will possibly improve my appeal.


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Howard S. 4 years ago from Dallas, Texas, and Asia Author

@LauraDo93: There is no need to unpublish and republish, though it won't hurt to do so. If you make changes to your hub--you will be in edit mode then--you will not be able to "test" the slideshow or see what it does unless you exit edit mode. Most people would simply click "Done Editing." The other way to do it is to click "Preview."

Please be aware that HubPages has substantially changed many aspects of the slideshow feature since I wrote this hub. There are now far fewer options for creative techniques. I hope to have time for revising soon. I am glad this helped you with your photo capsules.


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LauraD093 4 years ago from Pittsburgh PA

Thanks for your response. Yes your last paragraph is right on the money- I have been going through several older hubs and trying to make them more visually appealing and have found it not only difficult to set-up my slide show but in some cases impossible.


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Howard S. 3 years ago from Dallas, Texas, and Asia Author

This hub has now been thoroughly revised to account for major changes HubPages made to the Photo Capsule features, especially removing the optional nature of slideshows. A slideshow is automatic if you use at least two photos (of a minimum size).


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CarNoobz 3 years ago from USA

Great tip about using keywords in photo capsules for SEO. We were just talking about that last week in a webinar.

Voted up and awesome!


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sallybea 3 years ago from Norfolk

Very useful Hub, definitely going to bookmark this one for when I have a little time to practice your suggestions. Thanks for sharing.


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Marsha Musselman1 3 years ago from Michigan, USA

Now I understand why my photos used show up as slideshows. Someone told me it was a glitch but I didn't realize that is how it will show up from now on.

Voted up and will be sharing this link.


mariewj 3 years ago

This was so helpful to a newbie. Thank you.


LisaKeating 2 years ago

I'm a newbie, so this Hub answered a lot of my questions. Thanks!

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