This discussion has come up before but the background colour of the callouts is quite bland. Any chance a limited number of colour choices could be made available? For instance when I write tool hubs, I add a callout module for hazard warnings. Yellow, orange or red is standard for this. Blue or green is commonly used for information e.g. on road signs.
Images could be used but the advantage of using callouts is that Google can read the text.
The problem is that if people are given the opportunity to make a page look like an ugly mess, a good number will take it.
Not that I'm against choice, but I reckon management will have visions of colored nightmares wrecking their neat, new minimalism.
Don't let me put you off lobbying, though, lol.
by Marina2 years ago
We have some exciting news, Hubbers! As of today, the Callout Capsule will be available in the HubTool for everyone. We initially enabled a limited version of the capsule to help keep imported Lenses from Squidoo as...
by Eugene Brennan2 weeks ago
The ability to change background colour of modules only seems to be possible when modules are aligned right. Is there a reason why colour can't be changed when modules are full width? Also when blue is chosen, the...
by Kim Milai3 years ago
Hello Everyone, My transition to HubPages has been very smooth. I've been able to edit as much as I want and only a few photos have been missing. In one of my hubs, I have 4 callout modules. I can only edit one. I get...
by Dan Harmon4 days ago
I recently updated an old hub, to get rid of right shifted capsules. I had three, all little "blurbs", additional interesting tidbits of information that the reader might like, and all three were gray in...
by Gous Ahmed7 years ago
Colour is fascinating, and i think we take it for granted. The natural colours that form in oceans, when the sun is setting or rising is amazing to look at.My all time favourite colour is orange, and tastes change, so...
by Krzysztof Willman5 weeks ago
I've heard they slow traffic down although I have a few hubs with call outs that are doing well, so I'm not sure what to do. I hear some say they're fine and others that they are traffic killers. Would appreciate some...
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