I added a few photos to my article here: http://hubpages.com/hub/A-New-Taste-Fro … nted-Foods and in the caption it says, "source: my caption"... or, in other words, my photo source is listing my caption instead. I thought maybe it was because I left the source box blank, so I put "none" in the source box to see what it would do and it lit up my captions but didn't fix the problem.
Can someone fix it? Thanks for your time, I know you are all so busy with this growing site!
ETA: I use Google Chrome and some sites aren't ready for it yet, could this be the problem?
LOL - I figured it out. I was writing the caption into the source box, duh! I misread which line went with the source box. Thank you, Barbara K!
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