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How do you put a text capsule or a link capsule under the comments capsule?
I have seen several hubs recently that have these capsules under the comments capsule. But when I insert either of these capsules, I cannot move them underneath the comments capsule. I like the idea of being able to put them there for a couple reasons. The first is someone might leave a comment before checking out one of the links. And the second is I think it looks cleaner. Thanks.
I would also like to know the answer to this (sorry that I do not know). I recently wondered about this and played about with capsules to try and figure it out but had no joy...
Homesteadbound, it appears that the comment capsule is the last capsule by default. When a capsule is dropped in the hub, it appears just above the comment capsule with only directional arrows to move the capsule up or over. The menu options on the right allow you to drag and drop the positioning of the capsules, but if you try to move the comment capsule (it's last), it defaults back to the last position, and is highlighted in red.
I don't have the answer, either. I have wondered about it, but have not worked out how to do it.
There is an arrow which allows you to move the capsules up and down. You just click them until they are below the comment capsule, I think, but I don't know for sure.
by Jean Bakula4 weeks ago
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by Catherine Giordano6 months ago
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by Jackie Grant9 months ago
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by Christy Kirwan5 months ago
Please visit the HubPages Blog for an update on Comment Capsules in articles and let us know here if you have any questions or comments.
by Ronald E Franklin5 months ago
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