I am working on a new hub, and for some reason, i have this huge space between the top of the hub and the bottom. I know this makes little sense, so let me try to explain. I have the title. I have a picture, and under it I have a text box, with text. Then under that, like acres of blank page and then another pic and below that another text box.
I didn't put all the space between them. It just happened. How do I fix it? I am afraid if I save it and publish it, I will have this goofy looking hub with a hole in the middle. It is really wierd. Any one else run into this?
How true AEvans - it's usually the Adsense space which shows up when you 'Preview' the hub.
Thanks for the suggestions. I just screwed it up myself. Hope I write better than I use the computer!
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