I am currently working on a hub that will have amazon ads. I would like to have the ads go across the screen instead of down. Is this possible?
I don't think so, Kirsten. Sorry. You can either collapse them or leave them as is...Reason being is that viewers scroll up and down, not side-to-side
Of course. Just use two amazon capsules side by side.
Can you really do that? I've tried doing it but always fail
*edit* scratch that comment, I just figured it out. Thanks Mark.
Hi kirstenblog, sorry interrupted your thread.
I struggled at first, I got the idea that one being way taller then the other messed it up, I got them close to the same hight and it seemed to work
Yes, Mark's right. You can place them side-by-side but only for a maximum of two (others won't fit).
My trick to do this, Emie, is to first create a "dummy" text capsule (that you won't use). Place the Amazon capsule below and then collapse it. After that, click the UP arrow on the capsule manually so it hops over the text capsule. Rinse and repeat and you'll have both Amazon capsules side by side (you can erase that dummy text capsule when you're done).
That is exactly what I did in the end, was hoping I could do them right to left but at least this looks kinda good
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