Is there a way to index the titles in my blog so that readers don't have to scroll to the end? Also, is there a way to format more like the traditional blog where the latest entry appears first?
Wrytre, Hubpages is not a blog. Each article you write (HUB) should stand on its own with its own tags, keyword, etc.. You would be better off with a free blog at Wordpress or Bogger and use hubpages to write hubs reflecting your blog posts.
Are you referring to your blog, or are you misunderstanding what HubPages is?
If you want to blog, go to blogger or wordpress.com. HubPages is not a blog and you won't be able to make it work like one.
Each Hub is like an article in a magazine, between 400 and 1,500 words long, about a specific subject.
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