Is there any way to make a second page to a first hub meaning that you cant get to the second hub without going through the first?
I don't think so. I think all hubs are created equally. If you want a second hub to stem from the initial one, just create a link on your first hub to the second hub.
On the second hub, maybe you can just indicate that the reader should read the initial hub first and provide the link to that first hub.
Sorry, that's all I can think of.
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