Hi guys, I'm fairly new here so I have a couple of questions.
1. I've noticed that in many of the hubs people have a graphic to the right of the text in the main body, how do you add that graphic.
2. in the picture module, how do you add a link to the graphic. I've notices theres setting to add caption but no link.
Thank you in advance.
hi Health guy, welcome to hubpages.
to add a picture to the right of your text, put the picture capsule above the text capsule then click the right arrow to move it over. hope that helps.
there is no way yet to add a link to a picture that I know of but you could add a link in your textbox beside the graphic.......jimmy
Thanks a lot. That worked.
by any chance you know the answer to the second part of the question. How do you add a link to the image?
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