My article, Five signs that Your Child is Autistic, was moved to a niche site. For me, I was very happy when it happened. I have just one problem. HubPro editing meant that I only had 2 pictures. The evergreen requirements are 3 photos. Does that mean that my article is lacking one photo, or do the requirements don't matter?
I agree with FatFreddysCat - If they move it, it is fine the way it is. However, if you have another good and appropriate photo, you can always add it.
Three photos is a suggestion, not a requirement. That means it's not compulsory, so it's no problem. Congratulations on it being accepted.
If the HubPro Powers That Be liked your article enough to move it to a niche site with only two photos, then I wouldn't worry about it.
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