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Best Answer Greensleeves Hubs says
I agree that bigger images would look more professional, and also that the huge margins and squishy text make our hubs appear much longer. More scrolling for readers = less likelihood of them reading the whole thing. It's human nature.
Christin Sander says
I always thought phones (etc.) had their own special format, unrelated to the actual web site. I really don't know much about it, but that makes sense.
Cheryl Simonds says
Oh, okay, that makes sense. Our hubs used to be just a bit wider than they are now, and I think they looked a little better, but to each his/her own!
Yeah, I agree. But I'm not really interested in spreading the text across the whole page; rather, I'd like the text to be another 2-3 inches wider than it is now.
I agree with Faceless39. One inch wider on each side would provide a little more flexibility and would reduce the vertical length of the hub.
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Windy Grace Mason says
Well, maybe they'll add more options soon, since they seem to be re-doing to whole web site. Fingers crossed..
Larry Wall says
I agree, that would definitely help to keep things a bit more varied!
I totally agree on this!
Totally agree. I would have thought it would have been a relatively simple change to make, and it would greatly increase the creativity one could bring to bear on the organisation of a hub - allowing two images side by side for comparison etc.
I agree 100% as well. There must be a specific reason why HP isn't doing this, because the code is relatively easy for this. It's one of the main problems I have with the formatting on here.
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