Is there a way to position photo's in your hubs to the left rather then the right?
Just want to mix it up a bit
I haven't seen one that is on the left. And if there was, I haven't found a way to do that just yet.
by Susan Ng Yu 20 months ago
Hi! I wrote an article for the first time in years and I can't seem to find the arrow left and right buttons that move a photo to the left (left-aligned) or right (right-aligned). I want to align the photo on the right so that the photo appears smaller. Thanks.
by Manna in the wild 8 years ago
I saw someone say they were a "left aligned christian". What does that mean?
by Aiden Roberts 8 years ago
HiAs a new hubber I have loads of questions that I need to ask but if it's ok I will start with just two:Is there a site on the internet or Hubpages were I can get free photo's to spice my hubs up?alsoAs I am in the UK would it be wrong if I write a couple of Hubs that are specific to the UK, I am...
by JessBraz 5 years ago
Hello!So, I know there's always a lot of questions about how to provide proper credit when using someone else's photograph's in your hubs. I had a little bit of free time this afternoon and re-read some of the Learning Centre's Information about using photo's in your hub (To my horror, I may have...
by Lou Lohman 6 years ago
Fairly simple, and I'm sure it's probably been mentioned before, but I feel the need to voice my position on the matter. We can align a picture to the right, so that it fits nicely within a text block. Why can't we align pictures (or anything?) to the left side? I've yet to find a...
by Scott S Bateman 2 years ago
I'm very happy with the results of the niche sites. It's a win-win for HubPages and writers like myself. But I'm a bit curious about the process for choosing Hubs that go on those sites.One of my most successful Hubs on a niche site has more than 1,250 words, multiple photos and an original video....
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