I know we can add a hyperlink and use it to point to a particular location in an article by editing the HTML code and finding the div element of a module. Could we have something simpler, like a BASIC GOTO command, that would reference modules (if they could be given an ID number). Maybe the reference number from the HTML could be displayed along with the title in hub edit mode, so we don't have to go searching for it?
But Eubug, to create the hyperlink we are using the ID number of the module. It's just that the div id is a set of letters, an underscore, and a set of numbers. The set of numbers is constantly appearing in other elements of the module too, not just the div element. If you have the basic go to command, then it probably could work with the current numbering.
by Sneha Sunny 8 years ago
i wanted to add a banner of WWF to my hub which related to animal conservation. so can i add a banner?? if yes then how can i add it???
by patp 9 years ago
I cannot find where to add my CJ links does anyone know?
by miss1magination 7 years ago
How do you add a link to your hub?Could anyone tell me how you add a name of a business to your hub~ so it goes blue and people can click on the link but it doesn't look like a website link, its just the name highlighted in blue. If that makes sense.
by Marian Cates 8 years ago
Although it's easy to add a video to a Hub article, there is no Flickr slideshow module. I would really like to see the addition of a Flickr module. Anyone else agree?
by Eugene Brennan 6 months ago
A calculator module would be a useful addition to DIY/Home Improvement and STEM articles to allow readers to do measurement conversions, calculate quantities etc.
by Joel Lantz 2 years ago
This is an extension of my earlier question posted here, "Regarding HubPages policy about Hub publication of material published elsewhere on the Web." The same *core* issue is at stake in this post — HubPages says that we may NOT "...publish Hubs or Hub Content that are...
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