Is there a reason why page frames been limited to basically what amounts to about 1/3 of the average screen width?
I think it would be advantageous to be able to frame Hubs a bit wider, perhaps by the ability to add a third capsule within the allotted width side by side.
Text Capsule ~ Photo Capsule ~ Amazon Capsule
Sorry but I think the page is already crowded enough - some hubs are so busy, adding a third capsule would just hurt my eyes. There are lots of other things to be had on a page including tags, adverts, author information etc. It's fine as is.
You must have a very small screen. On my display the forums are wider than the hubs.
Once your read below the Profile, Tags & Facebook blocks my screen is mostly white with a narrow strip just slightly off center containing the hub.
Since this is primarily a site to generate ad revenue, it would seem to make sense to use the empty space for that purpose.
But the hubs might start looking overcrowded. When a site has too many ads, I don't stick around very long.
by Insurance Menthor6 years ago
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by Lisa Stover2 years ago
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by techshore7 days ago
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by Thomas Byers8 years ago
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