So I am trying to put a chart in this hub and am having trouble. No matter how I order the layout it is putting Google Ads next to it and messing up the formatting. I went ahead and published it so you all can see what I am talking about.
Any HTML or other tricks to keep the formatting readable.
I have thought about putting it in as an image but then it isn't searchable by Google.
Any help is welcomed!
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