My most recent hub is showing pictures and products that aren't embedding within the text as they usually do, but are showing either on top or on the bottom of text. Also, pictures of products when selected are 3 times the normal size. When I am editing they are embedding nicely, but once I hit publish they are not displaying correctly.
Hi, I fixed a hub with a broken link and the same thing happened to me. If you change the format so everything is horizontal, the errors disappear. Is this to encourage hubbers toward a format that is more readable on smartphones and tablets? I don't mind going horizontal, although on my laptop I find the format boring and less than aesthetically pleasing, but I do mind wasting my time. If other designs/arrangements of texts and photos are to be avoided, I would like to be told that directly or for those designs to no longer be possible in editing mode.
Thanks for the reports and for your patience!
This issue should now be fixed.
I fixed a link, and it looks like all the pictures I had made smaller and aligned to the right are now aligned to the left to fit with the text, but they are still a small size so they look strange. My Amazon capsule is also aligned to the left instead of the right.
OMG!!!!! I just spent 50 hours over the last few days fixing all my hubs. Now the pictures that were embedded in my hub text are out of the text on their own, all lined up, but still small. I hope this is fixed promptly because the user experience on my/our hubs is going down the tubes. It wouldn't be such a big deal if I hadn't just spent the last 5 years perfecting my hubs and how I want the users to experience them. I'm losing money from this, and that's no good. Please fix soon and I'll feel much better
PS: this is affecting my photos, Amazon product links, quizzes, and polls. My hubs look like an act of God just swept through them. I'm sure it's an easy fix.. I hope..
Mine have also been messed with. Fortunately, I only had the one Amazon capsule that I had to immediately kill off. As for all my images being moved, I'm not sure what to think...
Hubbers, we are aware of this issue. This appears to be a temporary problem that will be fixed shortly. No need to try to fix your formatting yourself.
Thanks so much for the update, appreciate the fast response and that it's being worked on.
Oh, good. Peace and prosperity will once again reign across the land.
Oh thank god.. the thought of fixing all that formatting was really getting to me. Thank you!
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