It may be a small one, but I like the new change Hub Pages added of not showing the source data on hub photos once your hub is published. It looks more professional to me. That's it. Cheers!
I don't like it because I feel sorry for the photographers who have gone to the work of creating the image.
How would you feel if HubPages hid your name as author, and made people hover over a link to discover who you are?
I use photos that require attribution under their license. So for me it means having to add an extra attribution module. Bit of a PITA.
Oh, I see. Well, HubPages are definitely making tweaks here and there, so they are doing something.....
Do .gov. Never failed me yet.
How ya been, anyway?
Actually if you read any professionally produced magazine or newspaper you will see that all their pictures have proper accreditation - clearly visible for all to see and not hidden behind a link or a click
To me making accreditation less visible is distinctly unprofessional
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