I have hubs already created and published but after viewing realized that a different layout would have been better. Is there a way to change this?
Welcome here yes you can (I've done it many times). It's immaterial what the initial lay out was; you can completely change it by adding capsules (text/pics) wherever you like.
Read this...and follow the editing instructions...
Thanks for the input but what I am looking for is to have text and then a picture posted on the side of the text in one capsule. Not separate capsules. I only see this option when a hub is started. Maybe I am just not seeing it. Any advice for this?
You cannot have text and a picture in one capsule, but you can float a photo capsule to the right of a text capsule, which I think is what you're trying to do. Just hit the right-arrow on the photo capsule and then use the up-and-down arrows to align it with the text capsule.
Beat me to it Maddie.
I did post a reply, then noticed you got in before me. So, I deleted my post.
How are you doing today Maddie?
I think that just about covers it
To float left by the way means you put a picture capsule above the block of text you want teh picture in and then you press the 'right arrow' on the picture module. This will then place your picture to the right of your text, and allow the text to flow in underneath your picture.
Thank you all so much. That is exactly what I was talking about.
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