Today, I am the "forum pest queen!!" So here's yet another question for y'all...and a multitude of 'thank-you's' in advance.
I am re-working several of my hubs, and one of my "low engagement" articles is a recipe, and contains a video.
It was written prior to the introduction of the recipe hub template. Is it possible to convert it over into a recipe hub? (It's not really a full-on video hub, because there is so much in the way of written instructions)
Each "hub template" (with the exception of the video template) is exactly the same - just with different capsules added. You can add all those capsules yourself if you want, from the right hand column.
If it's a VIDEO hub you can't change it into a normal hub though, from memory.
This has nothing to do with your question, but I have been wondering whether that is bamboo that you are peering out of?
No, it's corn. I was at a "corn maze" with the grandkids. ;-)
Oh, I have never seen a corn field that close. I have grown bamboo in the past. That is why I asked, it reminded me of it.
I wonder if they are related? We grew corn one year, and after the season, the underground structure around the roots almost looked like a little cage made of bamboo! I see some research is in order!
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