I wish to see text of hub in justified format. We can do this easily in word document. I think HP doesn't allow this facility. When I copy the justified text from word document to a hub, it appears in a different style. Also, can we use a different font for typing. If yes, how? I need some advice.
Websites are all on flexible pages to some extent, even with fixed width designs like Hubpages. They are read on mobile devices and devices that reflow, resize and read text for visually impaired people. For that reason simple left justification is the standard online format.
by Finn Liam Cooper 2 years ago
can you upload a previously written document that was in word to hubpages?what if it has charts, graphs, other tables etc?
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by wolfedp 10 years ago
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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...
by Christine Miranda 5 years ago
Maybe its my OCD but when I look at a hub, or website that doesn't justify the text so that the columns are even on both sides (think columns in a newspaper or magazine) it looks messy and unprofessional.If we were allowed to Justify the text in each text box or if the HubPages had a default...
by Megan Smith 5 years ago
Do you write your hub in word processor first or directly in the hub?
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