I've noticed on some of the hubbers hubs they have part of their hub in a shaded light blue box....
How do I achieve that look?
The ads or links that are placed on the right hand side of your article have this option.
When placing a photo, ad or link at the top of the window that opens is an option of white, shaded gray or blue, located right under the title box and save button.
You are only allowed to pick a color when the item is place on the right hand side.
Hope this helps.
Thanks Pam, I understand now, and I'm now ready to implement this with my future hubs.
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