I'm trying to put a map in a new article, and there are several locations. Unfortunately, it is about a historic location that no longer exists, so I am unable to get an exact street address.
I've successfully put in two of the locations, which do still exist, but the pin for the 'no longer there' location comes up in the wrong spot, and I can't figure out how to move it.
It won't drag/drop. Is there a way to fix this problem? Thank you.
If everything fails, you can take screenshot of the map and manually mark to those spots using software like Paint.net and then upload these images.
wow, I was just thinking about it but eventually thought it could be a dumb answer, lol. I am just happy to see your answer here.
Thank you. I'll look into that. I wonder if MS Paint or Photoshop would also work?? I do have both of those.
by Marie Flint2 years ago
I've been a little down about not having received a payout for nearly two years of participation here, but I'm looking at Triond, another writing site, and I must say how grateful I am for the amount of control I have...
by Arthur Russ2 years ago
When adding maps to a hub the first one is fine. However, if I add more than one map to a hub the second and subsequent maps don’t automatically refresh in edit mode.I’m not sure whether it’s a compatibility...
by Liz Elias6 years ago
Hi-- The new map capsule tool is a neat feature. I've used it once before, and liked it--I've seen it on others' hubs, and liked it. However, on my most recent hub, I included a map capsule, and...
by Brittany Kennedy4 years ago
Since I added the new capsules to a couple of my recipe hubs, I have seen their daily traffic double almost immediately! Thanks to the HP staff for working so hard to make this happen. (I think it is because...
by travmaj2 years ago
I have a short poem from two years back, still featured but now has a violation stamp. Perhaps I should state - 'this contains humour.' I've seen more violations in my grandson's comic books. Time to give in...
by Freya Cesare3 days ago
“Who Are You?” Often we heard people asked. They want you to tell them who you really are. This is really simple question, is it? Or is it not?Have you ever noticed how people can come up with different answer for...
Copyright © 2017 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.