Hi everyone, recently, I have been unable to place photo capsule next to text capsule. In the past, I could do it very easily by clicking in the button when editing the photo/video capsule; now all I find are the up and down buttons. Did Hubpages remove this feature, or am I doing something wrong? Since I really like this feature, which I think makes my Hub look much better, I would really appreciate it if someone can help me figure it out. Thank you very much. Have a great day!
No, you're not doing anything wrong. HubPages has removed the feature. Capsules in our new hubs have to be full width now.
Thank you from me as well... I thought I was doing something wrong.
Yeah! Hubpages recently removed the option of putting the photo capsule in half width. from now on, it'll be of full width capsules.
Thanks for posting the question, I also had the same question as I loved that feature. It made hubs look more professional. Sad to see that its removed now. But I agree we have to consider the readability of mobile viewers.
I also noticed that after not writing for a while. But I can understand with more and more people using mobile.
Ah, this makes total sense! I too was having a hard time with this.
I have lots to learn around here. I will be reading a lot more hubs to get a better feel.
by Jason Menayan 7 years ago
The new Text Capsule has been well received and we believe we've fixed all outstanding bugs (thank you, by the way, for those who gave us feedback).We'd like to retire the old Text Capsule in the coming weeks, so please let us know if there are any outstanding bugs that we should address before...
by J Sunhawk 8 years ago
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by Glen 9 years ago
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by Moira Garcia Gallaga 5 years ago
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by Liz Elias 7 years ago
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by Jerrico Usher 11 years ago
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