What is the easiest way to link to other hubbers hubs on the same subject?
I tried to do one with Firefox browser, and it did not work.
when you edit you can use the "suggest links" feature. You highlight a couple of words and it pulls up a list of hubs with that topic. If you find one you like you click the + sign to accept it and the link is put in the hub.
Otherwise you can add a link capsule to your hubs. You put links in your hubs this way by clicking the links capsule and pasting the URL of the hub you want to link to in there. It can extract the information for you (title, description).
Either one works fine in Firefox I use this browser all the time.
You link to another Hub exactly the same way you link to any other website. Open a new window, open the Hub you want, and copy the URL.
Then type the name of the Hub into your text, highlight it, click on the "chain" icon, paste in the URL and save.
You can use the "suggest links" feature, but I don't recommend it, because often the suggestions aren't that good. You should ONLY link to another Hubber's Hub if it really adds value to your own Hub. There's no benefit in linking to other Hubs just for the sake of it - the "Related Hubs" feature already does that for you.
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