I wanted to make an outline of the article that I've made. I wished to put links of the subtopics in it but I don't know how. The link capsule provided here in HP is for web pages not for subtopics. Is it possible to do it here in HP? Please help me with this. I really can't find the tool. Thanks.
On the text capsule we could include hyperlinks.
http://homesteadbound.hubpages.com/hub/ … ks-to-Text
I hope this helps.
I usually use hyperlinks in text capsules to link any text or texts in my hub to webpages or images.However, the hyperlink in the said capsule didn't give me an option to link one subtopic to another or one capsule (except photo) to another.
Thanks for helping though.I appreciate it.
Hey, While searching for query online I found the hubpage link http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/Topi … d-Answers. Hope you will get the answer.
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