I have an issue that I can't seem to figure out or find anything on solving my issue. I have a hubpage that has a text capsule and a photo capsule with two photos in it that are side by side. What my issue is - my captions of my first photo is right above my second picture in that capsule without a blank line as a space breaker. The same is true of my second picture capsule is right on top of my links capsule. How can I get a blank line so there is some space between each?
I have tried to hit enter after my last word in my caption, use spaces, and tried to put an empty text capsule inbetween the photo and links capsule. Nothing has worked so far.
My hubpage is http://hubpages.com/hub/What-size-of-a- … -do-I-need so you can see what I am talking about to give me suggestions. You can also just search on saddle pads and it comes up under that key phrase in hubpages.
Thank you in advance for any suggestions or a resolution.
You only get a blank line between if you have each right-aligned capsule attached to its very own left-aligned capsule.
If you put all the right-aligned capsules together, there will be no spaces between them.
The way to get this happening is to split your text up into a whole bunch of text capsules, one per paragraph if you have to, and then you can spread the right-aligned capsules out between them.
Depending on the relative size of your right-aligned capsule and the text in your left-aligned capsule, you might then find you get some bigger breaks between text where the capsule breaks happen.
The only work-around I have for that is to edit the words until the text is the same size as the right-aligned capsule contents.
Hope that helps ...
Another way to create some space is by adding a picture, an invisible picture..Go to Google images and type "white color" now save the white picture and add this in a capsule..
When used right with the right size and location could be a great help!!
Compu-smart's solution would work well, but you can do it with text capsules.
If you leave a text capsule blank, it will be ignored. But if you type a space into the text area and save it, you will get a blank line. then you can move it up between your two pictures and align it right, and they will be spaced out.
I've used this method on my "Epilation" hub to separate the two pictures, one above the other, near the top.
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