I'm working on a hub using ebay capsules. Several of the capsules say "no photo" where the picture should be, but if you click the link and check out the page, there is a photo there uploaded as a main photo, pictured on the top left of the page.
Is this just an eBay thing, or does it have something to do with the capsule on HubPages end?
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