I have asked this question before but never received any answer that addressed my dilemma.
It was a straight forward task to edit my pages. Just select TEXT, PHOTO, LINK, whatever and insert your additions or amendments. The page I was used to was uncluttered and all editing devices plain to see and uncluttered ( see below).
I have just added a new page. I opened it up for editing. Instead of a simple link to get at TEXT, PHOTOS, AMAZON, RSS etc, there is a column down the right side which shows maybe fifty or so text dialog boxes/links for me to open and use. I am used to seeing just a list of all my inserted texts not a long, long list of links to usewd to edit or add.
I have to scroll down past all those unused links to get to the bottom of my page to insert the new text, link etc.
What happened? How do I get to my original formatted Hub editing page that is uncluttered.
What browser are you using?
And are you able to post a screen shot?
Just in case I have check within Chrome and Internet Explorer. Same problem.... I will have to check to see how I can forward a screeen shot.
If you're using windows 7, go into the accessories menu and click on "snipping tool" and use that. Otherwise press the PrtSc button to the right of your F keys, then paste the picture into paint and save as a JPG.
Upload the photo a free site like photobucket or your own website, then use the formatting button when you post for info to link it into this post.
I am assuming that this is upladed to a Hub facility and will appear as an image to you.
I do notice that my page one (Vol 1) does not appear as my page2 (Vo2) does with al the 'extras'. EXcuse my typo by the way.
Seems like you accidentally put heaps of boxes in yourself, or a glitch did. Just press the X on all the boxes you don't want.
Also, you don't have to scroll to the bottom. Mouse over the white area on the left side and click the blue "add" button that comes up. You can insert a capsule anywhere between other capsules.
Too dopey to see that solution for myself. Someone with a brain was needed and you stepped up to the plate for me. Very much appreciated. Must have been a glitch though. I am sure I would have remembered or at least noticed opening so many dialogue boxes.
Glad you were gentle with me. At least I did know about the scrolling stuff.
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