I was about to post a hub, a poem, and when I previewed it, a box showed up saying that after I publish it, an ad would be placed right next to the poem - but the box interferes with my line breaks and format. How can I keep that from happening??
This an evil that you have to live with.. Though you can do a few things .. add a paragraph of 100 - 150 words as an introduction in a text capsule, so that the ad will be above or you can use a picture by the side so that it does not affect the format.. You could use heading 3/4 for the poem so that there is no breaks between the lines
Basically you have to play around with the format until you get the desired effect
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