Hi, have things changed? I have wrote 25 hubs and never had these problems. The moderates said to remove link to my website, but I do not have a link to my website on this page, it is on my profile. I do not know what else to do different! Need help please. Thank you!
Just checking... all the photos from Flickr are Creative Commons?
I'd remove the links at the bottom. I know they are to hubs but just take them out temporarily and see what happens.
Remove the links at the bottom of the page.
Also, although I want to assume that each of these recipes is your own, it sure looks like all you did was collate some photos and recipes from the web and make a list of them.
Work you place on HP is supposed to be original, but it's hard to tell whether these recipes are ones you,personally developed. If not, you shouldn't be posting them in a hub.
You can find similar ones all over the net, so it is unlikely that anybody will find or read yours.
Also, you have not credited the photos. Are they public domain? Do you have permission to use them?
These things all matter when creating a hub, so you have to be careful when doing so, especially when it comes to recipes.
Thanks so much for taking time to help! All of my photos are credited. I have been doing recipes for a long time, people do find and read them. Hubpages sent me info my hubs are in top 3% were readers stay on the page the longest to read them. Take care, thanks again!
Thanks everyone for your help my hub is now featured!
The moderates have asked you to remove the link which you have put under source section in your photos. Please check the following directions:
Right way to source photos:
Source: Personal collection
Source: Margie collection
Wrong way to source photos:
I hope it works for you
Okay, I did not understand that, I have done it the wrong way from the beginning! Thanks so much! I appreciate all help!
Ashish, one more question. Do I use the one that says Name of Source to put the name Flicker. Do I leave the source url and caption blank in the photo box? Thanks so much!
Yesh under Source: put name Flicker.
Leave URL block: blank
under caption: (you write description of photo)
Thanks so much for your time in helping me!
The images I am using on Flickr need Attribution, I did mine like this is it wrong? Sorry, I am such a pest, but want to get this right! You have been so helpful.
This is what I found in learning center??
What Correct Image Attribution Looks Like
We've made it pretty easy to correctly attribute images on HubPages by providing a space for you to list the author, license, and source of each image, as well as to put the source URL (in addition to, of course, your caption, should you choose to add one).
Here is how you should enter the information:
In the first text box for each image, put: IMAGE AUTHOR NAME, LICENSE, via SOURCE SITE (e.g. Betty Sue, CC-BY, via flickr)
In the second box, put the URL of the page where the image came from
In the final box, put any caption you might want to add
Don't worry Margie. We will sort out this.
Yeah, whatever you found in learning center that is 100% true. However, you add more links (URL) to your photos then HubPages autodetection software takes it as a promotion of any product.
Few 3 - 4 URL are Okay but when you add more than that they consider it as a promotion of the website or a product.
Drop me an email for further assistance: email@example.com
Nothing changes but the date.....
same issues, new day.
who can say whose grandmother had what recipe before someones elses. It is all impossible to prove, and I do not understand the big hallaballoo about links either.
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