When writing essays, we usually do research from other sources. At the moment, I just use the textbox to write out my bibliography at the end, but it does look a bit messy/cluttered.
I was wondering if there was a way to have a neat or attractive way to format a bibliography at the end.
Also, sometimes people want to make side notes in their hubs, but fitting it in the body of the next might ruin the flow or go off tangent. is it possible to create a widget, that can create foot notes. For example, have a little number at the top of a word in the main body of the text, then at the end of the hub, have the footnote in a smaller font?
This is a great idea, Vitallani. I'll add it to our list of ideas for the development team. Thanks for the suggestion.
by rethansmith 9 years ago
I would like to place a topic feed widget on my blogs. I have many blogs about different subjects and would like to use them to advertise hubpages and hubs.For example, I have a blog about finance, business, and money and would like a widget that would give me a feed of various hubs that were...
by belief713 9 years ago
Is there a way to edit the HubPages widget so that it shows the latest, hottest, best on HubPages (the whole site)? Not specific to a profile? If not, may I suggest it?
by Ben Martin 5 years ago
There's a thread currently active about marketing and getting people to our hubs... and that sparked a thought.Would it be possible to set up code and allow an author to mirror a hub on another site of ours?I like Hubpages and want to keep my articles here, but at the same time I've got nearly 20...
by dafla 10 years ago
I think that since Share This has 35 possible sites it can have on the widget, we add a few more to ours, at least the top 20. Share This has changed a lot since HubPages started using it, so maybe updating it hasn't been a priority, but we could be losing some good promotional opportunties...
by Carolee Samuda 5 years ago
In addition to the many low standard hubs we see in the hopper there are equally many hubs with potential. These hubs have substance and with a little tweaking can become high quality. For instance, I just saw a tutorial on how to install windows 7. This hub had a step by step guide with...
by Genna East 4 years ago
How does one copy footnote numbers, for example  and , into the body of their hubs?I've been trying to copy them, but HP keeps changing them to standard text size. I realize that the solution is probably quite simple, but I don’t know what it is. Thank you for your help. :-)
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