I'd like to be able to have at least red text for emphasis. I just updated one of my hubs, and used the word NEW in italics, but it doesn't show up very well in black. Maybe some widgets, like the "NEW" sign or something? Or is that something you don't want here? I was told to update regularly, so if I add a new item to a list, I'd like to emphasize it.
I think that would be great! I notice that the italics only show up if a whole sentence is italicized, and sometimes that's going overboard.
by Ashutosh Tiwari2 years ago
I have highlighted many important sentences in my hubs in bold and italicized them. Do they act as keywords ?If so, highlighting lots of keywords will surely lead to Google rules on keywords, isn`t it ?Kindly help...
by Marina12 months ago
Thanks to everyone who provided feedback about Editbot. Before we run Edibot again with a new set of corrections, I want to go over a few functional updates that will be released within the next couple of days.- There...
by Steve Andrews4 years ago
I am a writer who often puts the scientific name in italics enclosed in brackets after the name of a species of flower or animal I have been writing about. This is standard practice by authors who write on such matters....
by mathan427 years ago
thank u for ur help!!!!!!!!!!
by Dolores Monet6 years ago
While attempting to refresh some of my hubs, I've been having some problems. First, half the hub seemed to have disappeared. Sometimes, when I hit the edit tab on a capsule, I get shot to the top of the hub and am...
by Maddie Ruud8 years ago
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