Maybe a stupid problem but i can't get my comment-capsule to move up higher.
I want it right beneath my article, but when i move it with the arrow, it won't go there, yet anywhere else.
Does anyone here know what i'm doing wrong?
Thanks, in advance...
Are you sure you want to move it up? A lot of your readers will assume they've come to the end of your Hub when they come to the comments section (especially if there are comments already in it), and won't scroll down any further. So they'll never see the stuff you have placed below the comments capsule.
I do sometimes put a capsule or two under the comment section - a News section or RSS feed, for example, which I'm only adding for the benefit of the automatic updating, not because it adds a lot of value to the Hub.
Thanks for your tip!
At this moment i do not want to put anything under the comment section, maybe later when i figured out how things work here...
It just seemed to me, that because my comment-capsule was far down beneath, i maybe would not like it if people would leave their comments, and that is not the impression i want to give.
Have a nice day/night,
Try moving the capsule above the comments DOWN instead of trying to move the comments up.
Thanks for thinking with me.
I've tried that, but when i do that, the photo-capsules move also, and all together they end up in a place i don't want them to be.
It's funny though: at one time all capsules were on the place i wanted them, i saved, and checked, all was well.
Next time i logged in, the comment-capsule was all the way down again.
Look at your last text capsule and see if you might have accidentally held down the space bar.
If so, maybe you need to delete the spaces.
You don't want anything under the comment section? Then, where it is at the bottom is fine...
What would i want under the comment section?
But did you look at it?
There was a big blank space under the text-- couldn't even see the comment section on the screen.
To Wilma: Some people put RSS feeds and other links below comment-- just to keep the page refreshed.
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