I've published my newest hub on 3d Jigsaw puzzles. I'm generally pleased with the layout but under the common tips and tricks section I got 3 subcategories (Tips and tricks, caution and puzzle pieces). I'm not sure what order would be most helpful to viewers. The link is below. Oh and any other layout or content advice would be much appreciated.
My advice would be:
Put caution first, it's the most basic need-to-know-before-you-start info.
Then follow it up with Types Of Pieces (It would be easier for me if you included illustrations on the side so i can see a picture of each respective type of peace)
Finish it off with Tips and Tricks to start you're reader off on his puzzle.
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