How do I get my photos to go to a slideshow?
I know this has been asked several time, and not too long ago I saw this question from some one else too. But I can't seem to find the answer to the most recent sighting of this question (or the question for that matter), and the other answers I found were 15+ months old, and HP has changed since then, so they're not current (that I can tell any way).
Any more up-to-day nuggets of wisdom?
I did that. I've got 6 of them, and they're still spread out. Will they go into a slideshow when I publish the Hub?
Go into 'Edit' and click on 'Preview', then skim the pointer over any photo and you should see "See all '#' photos" - (the '#' is how many photos you have). Click on any photo and I believe you should then see the slideshow.
I take that means you got your show? Congrats!
by Dr. John Anderson5 years ago
The slideshow does not suit many hubs and the horrible black button ruins the first photo. Please allow authors to choose whether they want it or not. You get a slideshow with just 2 or 3 photos which is silly.
by Mike Russo6 years ago
I noticed several hub pages that have slides in them. I don't see the facility for doing that unless you use the photo capsule somehow.
by Wendy Hughes3 years ago
I know traffic is a problem everywhere it seems; I'm not talking about low traffic, here. We all need to be aware of the HP's photo capsule may be affecting our bounce rates. There is a real problem if you use the photo...
by ptosis5 years ago
Sometimes people don't want to see the whole slide show.
by William Gerace6 years ago
Hi all I've created 6 pictures in one capsule. Now I thought from what I read it should turn into a slideshow once I have 5 or more pictures. Some say it's done automatically and others say it is an option once you...
by Paul Edmondson5 years ago
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