hey guys.. I am all new in hubpages. Just posted my very first hub. I believe that its quite intense!
Just that, I needed few more pics to be at the helm of things. Can anyone please tell me how to add the pics, right in the middle of the hub? say, after a text..
Thanks a lot!
Hi hungry to me I guess it all depends where you want the pictures. I place my pictures in different places depending on my hub and preference.
When you add a pic you can even use the arrow button on the capsule to place the pics to the right of text as well.
Good luck and have fun.
Hey Hungry you can add capsules in between other capsules. Run your cursor down the left side of the screen and you will get a prompt come out. Pick add 'photo' capsule. Then edit and add image. Although you can add more than one image into each capsule I feel you have more control by only putting one image into each capsule. Hope that was a help?
This should help:
http://hubpages.com/guide/hubtool/capsu … e=capsules
Best of luck with it..
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