I wasn't sure how to use any of the design elements and I would be grateful if anyone can take a look and make some suggestions for the layout.
Lela Cargill, MLS
Great Hub, I like the way it flows together. The only thing I would consider adding is what purpose the powwow serves to native Americans. Is it a party, a family gathering, a spiritual celebration or...........?
I like it , not too much, not too little , seems real nice to me
Just read your Hub, and it looks like a great format to me. You'll no doubt get some detailed suggestions from other readers, but I was too busy enjoying your finished product to nitpick!
According to me it is not a perfect layout. You should not put picture capsule at the beginning. At first keep the text capsule then picture.
Welcome to HubPages Wow! awesome Hub! I must agree that the layout is hard to follow when broken up with pics and amazon but you can move them to the side also when to the side, you can highlight the background of your amazon capsules look for the little colored squares. Information is accurate too. Also, focus your tags more to include recreation, entertainment, event, community, indigenous peoples,regional-international event. Bravo!
Its a great format for me and others also, Thanks for this post to aware of us Pow Wow, i respect that game.
I see not a reason to worry! And again, a hearty welcome to HP!
Great Hub, but I wouldn't start it with a big photo. People who find it via a search engine may not scroll down and see your text.
If you look at a photo capsule, you'll see you can float them right by clicking on the little green arrow. I'd do that with the photos, which will make your text flow better. I know it is tempting to leave them big so you can see the detail - but if you have more than 5 photos, people will be able to click and see a slideshow of the full-size images anyway.
Same goes for your Amazon capsules unless they're at the bottom of the Hub, before the comments.
I finally figured out how to move the photo capsule up or down into the text capsule! Yay! I think it looks much nicer now.
It can also be quite a addiction for dancers and other participants since there's always a Pow Wow going on somewhere and people plot and travel a trail
Great hub. I enjoyed reading it because of the way you've broken up the information. Well done.
I would suggest putting an amazon capsule on the right side of the list of Indian food, since there is so much open space there. You could use the key words for Native American recipe books so it would be relevant.
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