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What do you do with giant hubs?


I'm working on a guide, but it is turning out huge. I ended up breaking it into three parts so far - but is that the best way? I'm afraid people will give up if it looks too big to read completely.

 

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    Karla Iverson (Healthy Pursuits) 5 years ago

    Just be careful about your titles. If you use the same title, but put part 1, part 2, and part 3, you may get duplicate warnings.


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    Daniel Johnston (Danieljohnston) 5 years ago

    I was thinking about that but was really worried people would be off-put by a panel of links typing a series together. I guess I could just write it and see, and copy paste my work back into one if it looks bad.

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