How come I can't put pictures on the side of my text?
On my newest article I wanted to click the arrow that would set the image beside the text, but it isn't there anymore. It used to work for all my other articles but for some reason it only lets me push it up and down. I can still publish it I just thought it would look better.
There was an announcement recently that said all images must be full width so that they looked better on mobile devices. Anything that is half width will be moved to full width soon so it is worth checking your articles and maybe changing them to full width yourself so that they appear where you want them.
by Paul Edmondson 6 years ago
I had a conversation with a new online writer and I realized what I recommended is a bit more specific than I used to be based on what I've seen be successful. I'm in the middle of refreshing several Hubs (150 to go), but here is what I tell others and am trying to do myself.- write on...
by Ronald E Franklin 9 months ago
The biggest issue I have with all capsules having to be full width is that there now seems to be no provision for sidebar content. I've had to eliminate several sidebar text capsules because although they have supplementary information that would be useful for the reader, they just can't be fitted...
by MsQuestion 7 years ago
This is probably a really dumb question, but how do I make my hub go text - picture - text - picture? I don't see any way to drag my pictures in amongst the text, like I see other people have done. So I either have a bunch of pictures on top of my text,or underneath it. Please...
by Dan Harmon 12 months ago
I recently updated an old hub, to get rid of right shifted capsules. I had three, all little "blurbs", additional interesting tidbits of information that the reader might like, and all three were gray in the hub. Making them full width, of course, removed the coloring.The hubs...
by Lisa Stover 4 years ago
I may be the only person that feels this way but I really don't like the look of our hubs. I think they would look more professional if they were wider. They remind me of blog posts.
by Person of Interest 4 years ago
Or am I wrong?I just noticed that a bunch of my purdy 2-line title hubs are now 3-line titles. Checked with latest versions of IE and Firefox I did.I have no idea when/if this was done.I'm not particularly perturbed by this. Just thought it was worth commenting on.Sure is a lot of dead, blank space...
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