Hi, thank you in advance...
(1) The image appears cropped (for the small and medium thumbnails on Hubpages and when sharing on Facebook). I looked in The Learning Center but didn't find anything about that. Is it normal or should I have a specific size so that the thumbnails and sharing isn't cut off so much of the image?
(2) When I looked for my article in the hubpages search box, the main image is not one the shown beside my article info. Not sure why? It's showing my profile picture or other images I have in that article.
This is how the thumbnails work as they are square.
You can try to add a first large image in a square format for a Hub if you would like to control how it crops.
We do use profile image in some cases for Hubs that do not have images that meet the needs for thumbnails.
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