Isn't there a way to shorten them?
If not, there oughta be. I hate to have a blog feed and see the whole article on my Hub. I'd prefer to see an excerpt. Or be able to choose if it's just a link, an entire entry, or a set number of characters.
The blogger sets those parameters, as far as I know, not the feed subscriber.
But I have never had one show the whole article - even on one I made from my own blog, selecting "show all available", I only get 160 characters per entry in the feed.
by jstankevicz 11 years ago
Tis a good thing, but can get out of proportion. On my PC Tuneup Hub the comments now take up 2/3 of the page load. I'm not complaining because I love the feedback. The latest comment from compu-smart is huge. I didn't want to filter it out, but he could have made a hubpage out of it!I've seen...
by Certified Noob 3 years ago
Please increase the number of characters allowed in the comment part of the Question&Answers Section of Hubpages. The allowed length of an answer is 2500 characters long which is fine. But if I want to reply to a comment to my answer, I am allowed only 250 characters which is a bit...
by marc benjamin 9 years ago
I am having problems publishing some hubs. I am told there is not enough material to publish? What is the minimum length a hub has to be? On the other hand I can not publish all of a chapter that I want to paste into a capsule. Is there a maximum number of characters you can write in a...
by Eugene Brennan 6 years ago
What is the maximum number of characters which can be placed in a URL in a link capsule? I am adding a link to a Street View Panaroma and my link becomes truncated every time I save the capsule and finish editing.
by Deepa 4 months ago
Can I post my HubPages articles on my blog? Is that permitted?
by erinshelby 3 years ago
What sites exist that are free to use, that allow writers to create any content (like HP), where you can make money?
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