I've written an openoffice spreadsheet for calculating student loan rates, and I want to embed it as part of a hub on saving and investing after college. Is there a way to do this on hubpages (so that readers can see the spreadsheet on my hub, type their own numbers in, and see exactly how much they're paying on their loans) or is it better to upload it to another website?
by Jason Menayan4 years ago
Hello everyone,Major announcement - HubPages Video is now live!You can upload Videos - which will be similar to popular YouTube and Vimeo videos in that they autoplay and can be embedded on other sites. HubPages Video...
by Andria8 years ago
Does anyone know how they work?I'm in possession of excel qualifications but it's sooooolong since I had to use a spreadsheet, I've forgotten most of what I learned.Does any hubber folk know of an idiots guide? Probably...
by Keith Schroeder7 years ago
I have over 60 hubs now and could have several hundred before year end. I have been using groups so far to handle the hubs I have, but would like to hear how others with hundreds of hubs manage them.Thank you.
by Tammy5 years ago
Is any one else having a difficult time getting photos to load? Mine will not show up in hubs and the screen keeps freezing.
by Cristen Iris3 years ago
Some Hubs contain links (in blue) embedded into a paragraph. How do you do that?Rather than a separate link box below my paragraphs I'd like to be able to do what others do and simply have a word or phrase (in...
by Robert Loescher4 years ago
I have been trying to track this down for the last few weeks. Many of my Amazon Ads are using "hubpages-20" as the Amazon ID Tracking code. (My Tracking code is "chef...-20") This all started when HP...
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