Most of us seem to use the photo capsule subtitle to describe the photo, and the caption to credit. This makes sense when looking at a HubPage. However, when in slide-show mode, the capsule subtitle is not present.
I had an unhappy experience looking at a 16-photo show and having no descriptive words to tell me what I was looking at. All of the descriptions were in the subtitles, and not in the captions, so I had to go back to the Hub itself, which defeats the purpose of the show.
Can you include the capsule subtitle in a show?
by Sherri7 years ago
The slide show view could be a more powerful tool for the author if both the capsule subtitle and the caption area were visible during the slide show.As it is now, the slide show view for a photo / pic shows only the...
by Sherri6 years ago
This has happened several times over the last months, and it doesn't happen every time. In edit mode I open a photo capsule, make no changes, and then click "discard changes" (as opposed to "save...
by Lionrhod2 years ago
I'm using it in quote mode and my subtitle isn't showing up. Is this a bug or a feature? I'd very much like it to show.
by Jean Bakula2 months ago
Today I received a complimentary email from the administration about an article I wrote which was moved to a niche site about two months ago. This led me to worry about articles that were moved to niche sites many...
by quicksand2 years ago
When adding an image to a hub, is it the capsule subtitle or the image description (caption) that's important in alerting the search engines?
by Anita Saran3 years ago
I see we have the option to use Headings in the text. Are these more effective than Capsule subtitles? Instead of formatting these subheads as headings, is it more google-friendly to treat them as capsule...
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