I got an email from the hubpages team saying that this hub in particular, http://londonlady.hubpages.com/hub/The- … f-Vitamins
had low-quality/pixelated images. However, I don't see any images like that on that hub. Is it just me or is there really a image that needs to be "upgraded".
I'm wondering how hubpages determines that an image is low-quality, since I've had that hub up for a year without any flags on it.
The images with the words "Vitamin B#" on them have watermarks on them- so that's why the Hub was moderated. Find replacements for those and you'll be set to go!
For information on finding images that you can legally use (as those images are copyrighted and not meant to be used by others), stop by this Learning Center entry: hubpages.com/learningcenter/legal-image-use
Where do the other pictures with text on them come from? They look like they were made by another site?
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