I have written a hub What Is In Your Vision that is unpublished because some link pages that I used cannot be found etc. I would like to correct that situation and publish the hub. How do I achieve this goal?
If you are asking how to remove a hyper-link from a text capsule just do the following:
Edit the capsule
Highlight the link text
Click on the unlink button (next to the link button, looks like a broken link)
If you're asking how to remove links from a link capsule, do the following:
Edit the capsule
Click on the X to the right of the link to delete it.
Have you really posted 60 hubs without knowing how to do that? Anyway Hope that helps.
Thanks for the help.I need to remove the hyper-link but the other answer will help me if I ever get into a link capsule predicament. Yes, I have posted 60 hubs. I guess I am a 'late bloomer'.After having taught so many of them, I can say I have a true 'affinity' for that group!
No worries aoiffe379, glad to be of help.
I missed the late-bloomer group and went straight into the not-living-up-to-my-own-potential club
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