How do I put text on one side and ebay, amazon or pics on the other?
I click on toggle and it makes the text half the size but I can't figure out how to place the items side by side. thanks.
You have to choose what type of lay out you want when creating your hub.
Check out this support article, it shows you how to arrange your capsules:
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