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I currently have ads disabled for all of my poems because the ads force the poems to word wrap before the line should end. I would rather have ads up on all of my articles, so this is a bit annoying to me. I would suggest a feature that allows you to remove ads from within the article itself or simply any ads that force a word wrap.
I can bring this up in our community meeting, but it is a rather complicated feature to implement so I doubt that we will develop it in the near term.
Ok, thanks. Where does the complication lie?
It would involves non-trivial changes to the ad and Hub layout.
We just introduced an alternative ad layout for poems.
You should see the change reflected on the site now.
You may need to clear your browser cache and restart your browser to see the changes.
Wow, thank you for this new update. I had a similar problem and I had to re-edit some poems. Now I am so happy with Hubs yet again solving a small problem and making things better for poets and writers. Thank you so much Mathew and all the Gang.
by Lela5 years ago
I just voted my own hub down because I was trying to use those arrows to scroll with! They look like scrolling arrows, not voting arrows! This is not good.
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I just noticed that there are advertisements underneath the threads in the forums. Is that normal?
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