I want to link my previous and next page like that one of the other hubbers, wherein it will appear at the bottom, with that nice color, can anyone help me.
You can check one of Jimmy and My site to see what im saying.
Hi Len to get next links on your hub you need to group them together, when you do that the arrows will appear on your pages.
if you have similar hubs e.g wine making , and wine and cheese parties, how to make wine from grapes group them and the links will follow.
good luck len if you have any trouble with it post me an email and i will try to help.....jimmy
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