So I've just wrapped up my first hub, and I think I may mostly have how writing these things works nailed down - but something's bothering me.
Is it just me, or is there no left justification for non-text objects, and no option to right-justify text over non-text objects, i.e., have a non-text object to the left of a text object? Or am I just not seeing how?
As you can see, that would have been a little helpful...
You can't have picture capsules to the left of text capsules, but you can have them to the right. I think the same goes for video capsules.
You can have link, news, and affiliate capsules to the left of text capsules though.
Does this help?
Well, at least that's *something*. I find that a very curious quirk.
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