I've read through the faq and as many of the same type threads as I could handle, first.
I am wondering how to organise these capsules into those nice little chunky blocks down the right hand side of my text please? Instead of them just being plonked in between other capsules.
To put Amazon or eBay ads or photos into the right column, you need to have at least two capsules. Then just click the right-pointing arrow at the top of the capsule you want to be in the right column. That will move it over to the right. If you find the two capsules aren't even, click the "up" arrow until they even out.
I hope that helps!
Thank you thank you thank you! How tricky is that? huh? I like it a lot. thanks again
Do as WordPlay says. It's called "toggle width".
I have a few other tips about it here: http://hubpages.com/hub/capsules
Thank you for the link. That hub is most comprehensive, and I learnt heaps.
woohoo, that makes the page look so so much nicer (http://hubpages.com/hub/Ruby-Gemstone-I … on-Central)
Happy dancin' here!
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