Why is that that my layout is often stretched out and other times not? Is this normal? Id prefer it did not happen because i put certain modules in certain places for a reason.
I can not understand your question properly. Your lay out will remain same if you yourself do not change it.
If it is changed for any reason you can change it right in edit mood of your hub.
Please explain your problem if this do not solve.
I share the frustrations of ruanz3. I find gaps in my published hubs which aren't in the unpublished previews. It would be great if we could place the google ads like we do the Amazonand Ebay ones.
Where are you getting the spaces?
It is most likely to do with the way you have laid out your capsules.
Like lets say i put a picture in text. After i published it it will show up above the text. Or if i put an amazon module next to text, when i publish it it will be above the text module. In one of your hubs you say its important to place your amazon modules in the right place, but if hubpages shifts it around thats hard to do.
This is starting to annoy me. When i look at other peoples hubs they are compact and in place.
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