Has anyone got a big blue " I " floating on the top right hand corner of the images on their hub?
This phenomenon appeared on my latest hub. When clicked it gives the name and the source of the photo. I have been careful with credits for the images, so what does this "i" signify?
This feature has been already there since many months. Previously it was white, but now turned out to be blue one. It is for viewers who may want to see the source of the image for their own interests. It is not of any much significance to us. The only purpose is to show the source url and other details relating to that particular image for information of the viewers.
Previously, we used to have all information visible below the image. But, when they made many changes to the HubPages, they removed that feature of showing details below the image and replaced it with this "i" on the image itself. When you click the "i", it shows the details of image. It makes the appearance good for the image capsule.
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by Eileen Hughes6 years ago
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