I havent noticed this before but I have just published this hub http://hubpages.com/hub/Competitive-Bal … Dancesport The first photo displays fine in the hub - but in a thumbnail view of the hub it looks like the heads are cut off - I suspect its the mult-line caption causing the problem?
We don't have any fancy thumbnail technology, it just takes the largest possible square from slightly above the center of the first picture in the hub -- which in general works out pretty well. I'd recommend choosing that first photo with this in mind.
by Catherine Giordano12 months ago
I post my hubs on facebook, my own timeline and on relevant group paages. All my hubs are working normally except the newest. When I use the f button on the hub, it posts to my timeline, but without the blurb. When I...
by Catherine Giordano2 years ago
I spend endless hours maybe two months ago redesigning my first photo so they would look good on the thumbnails on the profile pages and also on facebook. The latest change has made all that work a waste.A few of the...
by Noah Franks4 years ago
How do I choose the thumbnail picture on my hub?If you have more than one picture in the hub itself, shouldn't you be able to select which one to use?
by Verlie Burroughs6 years ago
I would like to show only a Thumbnail size photo to the left of the opening paragraph (of my Hub) to give it an engraved design. Is there a way to do this with Hub photo editing tools? Thanks.
by sheilamyers3 years ago
Yes, a lot of us have had photos come up missing in our hubs. Other people can see the pictures on their hub page, yet the thumbnail next to the hub title (on the profile) or their profile picture is missing. And, yes,...
by Mary Hyatt6 years ago
When I write a Hub about a favorite recipe, I like to actually make the dish, and take photos as I go along. I'm wondering if I'm including too many photos. Is there any formula, i.e. words to photos? What...
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