Most of us seem to use the photo capsule subtitle to describe the photo, and the caption to credit. This makes sense when looking at a HubPage. However, when in slide-show mode, the capsule subtitle is not present.
I had an unhappy experience looking at a 16-photo show and having no descriptive words to tell me what I was looking at. All of the descriptions were in the subtitles, and not in the captions, so I had to go back to the Hub itself, which defeats the purpose of the show.
Can you include the capsule subtitle in a show?
by Sherri6 years ago
The slide show view could be a more powerful tool for the author if both the capsule subtitle and the caption area were visible during the slide show.As it is now, the slide show view for a photo / pic shows only the...
by Lionrhod2 years ago
I'm using it in quote mode and my subtitle isn't showing up. Is this a bug or a feature? I'd very much like it to show.
by Sherri5 years ago
This has happened several times over the last months, and it doesn't happen every time. In edit mode I open a photo capsule, make no changes, and then click "discard changes" (as opposed to "save...
by Oyewole Folarin4 months ago
I've tried all means to bold a phrase in the callout capsule, but all my efforts in getting it done was not successful. I wanted to use it as the subtitle for my hub. Please i need someone to kindly put me through.Also,...
by kellieshell6 years ago
where can i get pictures for the hubs i write?
by quicksand19 months ago
When adding an image to a hub, is it the capsule subtitle or the image description (caption) that's important in alerting the search engines?
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