Hello. Why doesn't HubPages support HTML microdata? After all, it's meant to help SEO.
Wouldn't articles benefit from using it? I underline that I am not an expert. I am educating myself in HTML, I learned about this optimization, tried to use it but it is not available. Thank you for the answers.
You can't use html on HubPages, they take care of that side of things.
You have the option to do a bit of customization. For example they allow the use of the blockquote tags, and that signals to search engines that you use a quote, if someone searches that quote, they may find your article. Others are not supported.
There are ways to signal to search engines that you are writing a review, I just thought that option would be useful.
by smeyerz 6 years ago
I really don't see why this wasn't implemented. Makes it so much harder to make Hubs unique.
by Alfreta Sailor 8 years ago
Say let's try to say hello to everyone on HubPages. Everyone say hello to someone new.I'll begin by saying hello to "clspeakstoo," whom I found on Hub hopping.
by Richard 3 years ago
At one time the Callout capsule accepted HTML coding. Having just updated said capsule on a Hub, it now appears to no longer work. Is this a bug or an intentional decision by HP?Thanks!
by Dale Mazurek 9 years ago
I need to get to work on my first hub but wanted to stop by and say hello.I have a number of interests that I want to write about so I better get writing.You can learn a little more about me on my profile.CheersDale
by Paul 5 years ago
I am all ears if any one has any tips, advice or suggestions on becoming a success on here.
by mitchelhb333 9 years ago
Hello there, I'm new to HubPages and would like to know if there are some tutorials on HubPages or other places about the functions and what you can do. Sort of a visual HubPages for dummies tutorial. So I can see what can be done. I have gone through this help section and...
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