Hey, you guys..
I'm new to Hubpages. I am making sure I have relevant tags on my posts, but why are there red x's next to my tags? How do I create a box for them like I see on some hubs, where they are all in beige..or is that a bad idea? Are the tags easier to identify when they are in a column form? My main concern right now is getting rid of the red x's..
The red x just means that if you click on that it will delete the tag.
UW - I've noticed how helpful you are to the newbies and clueless (such as me) on the forums - thank you.
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