Make it so when choosing a template, not only do the "boxes" appear, but you can choose to have text appear in those boxes, or pictures in boxes in the template. Would make posting new hubs a lot easier and less time consuming.
My goodness, you have a LOT of suggestions for someone who's only been on the site 7 days. Maybe you should make your own site - you can do whatever you want there!
Thought about it, but frankly don't have the time to do it.
Length of time s/he's been on the site ain't got no bearing on whether or not his/her suggestions are valid.
I look at profiles, and someone who has been here for two weeks, has 15 Hubs and is following over 3,000 people who then asks for a new feature to be built because typing the same five words into each Hub takes too much of their time strikes me as someone whose suggestion should not be considered.
Thanks for the suggestion, smeyerz, but I'm not sure I understand it. What text or photos would you want to appear in the Capsules, by default? And wouldn't it be more work to replace it with the text and photos you are going to put there...lest you mass produce a lot of writing that is duplicative (something not allowed on HubPages)?
For reviews, I always have a text box that I have to type in something like this:
And then I always have my MusicHub banner at the top and bottom, and although it doesn't take that much time to put all of those in the template, it does take time, which I have a limited amount of.
I'm really against anything automated that allows people to reproduce the same thing across a lot of Hubs very quickly and easily. We already have too much spam and duplicate content on the site and such tools only play to those sorts of Hub-building strategies.
I don't know, I suspect people who know the site well might be better place to make detailed suggestions.
by salt 7 years ago
Im in an area which has limited internet access at the moment, but would like to keep writing. Having a downloadable template would be a fantastic help for this!! I could do my hubs and have them ready to upload the minute I get to a good internet area.
by Robin Edmondson 5 years ago
Based on feedback from Hubbers like janderson99, we are very excited to offer a new formatting feature to the HubTool: Topic Templates. Our masterful engineer at HubPages, Edward, has been hard at work engineering these Templates, and Simone Smith and I have helped organize them to...
by Liz Elias 6 years ago
Okay, to start with, the features in the capsules we have are already pretty awesome, and my hat is off to the programmers for coming up with all these utilities.There is one additional feature that would be on my wish list, and that would be the option to "drag and drop" photo and map...
by Akhil S Kumar 4 years ago
Which is the most useful template, the basic one or provided template?While writing hub, we get suggestions from hub pages about templates.
by Anti-Valentine 6 years ago
I know I've seen this elsewhere online, where you can't actually copy text or images. You can view pictures but not download them or even embed them. Would it be possible to do this at all? At least it would cut down on manual scraping attempts - although content could still be harvested via RSS...
by Dr. John Anderson 3 years ago
When I save an edited a hub, the saves appear in edit mode. But, the changes do not show in the published version. This applies in both Chrome and Mozilla and is not fixed by refreshing. It appears as though the published page is a version behind i.e. it is reflecting what was a saved previously...
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