How did I link my earlier hubs with the forward and back arrows seen at the bottom of each hub?
Perhaps it has something to do with my age but for the ife of me I cannot remember how I linked my hubs together.
This is a function of groups. You can reach groups from your page in editing mode (on the side panel by the summary) or in my account.
You have to form groups under the "my account" link. When you get there, it's under the "Hubs" tab. There's a menu left on your screen. It's the bottom link.
What you need is linking them as groups. You can perform it after creating groups and link them when you are editing the hub Somewhere near tags part called Group.
Hope this helps!
Thanks guys, I must have done it without realizing earlier on in hubpages, hopefully this will help others....
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