I saw a Hubpage where there was a highlighted sidebar on the right above the fold - before any photos, scores, etc. In this case, the sidebar offered additional information and had a link to another site. How does one add a sidebar to a Hubpage? Any help would be appreciated.
I think what you mean is a text box that has been right aligned. Once you shift it to the right, you can choose from three colors for it to have as a background.
See this hub: http://hubpages.com/hub/Why-You-Should- … rement-Now
Under one of my pictures, you see blue text box titled: What is an IRA?
Is this the sort of thing you are referring to?
You can add both text and links to the box.
If this isn't what you meant, post a link to the hub you are talking about and we can figure it out.
Oh how cool! Great question! And thank you for taking the time to answer it, Stacey. That one helped me out too.
I was wondering where those nice blue text boxes came from. Thanks for explaining them, Stacie.
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