Ooops, typo in title - sorry
I love the HP templates. They save me a lot of time figuring how to layout my hub. Plus, I am challenged to fill all the capsules with information. I have used them for several of my hubs and am very happy.
What I would like to be able to do is switch to a template with hubs that were created without them, similar to converting to video hub. Is this something that the techies can work on or is it virtually impossible to implement?
Oops, indeed, I thought you had been on the bottle! It would be nice to be able to correct a spelling mistake after you had hit the button too.
I corrected the title for you. As of right now, you can't switch to a template once you've started a Hub. I'm glad that you like the templates. Simone and I thought they would be great!
Hi Cardisa, I typed a typo the other day
What I meant to say
Was Please don't go away
Stay with HP anyway.
You can edit your Hubs and add the capsules to get your Hub close to the template layouts.
You can open the one after which you would like to model your Hub and then add the necessary capsules.
This Learning Center entry has a full list of the templates.
Thanks Matthew, I thought of that too. I have been editing a lot of my hubs recently. Gosh, some of my older hubs were written in one or two text capsules. I had this ridiculous idea that too many text capsules would affect my hub score somehow. Now I know better
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