I would like to create a table of contents within several of my hubs where the contents within the table are links to my other hubs that are on topic - not to other areas (or capsules) within said hub. I imagine I would have to use the link capsule, but my concern is whether or not this is acceptable by HubPages.
I'll try to explain better...All my hubs are considered commercial, with many containing two links to the same domain. Currently, I am writing a hub that relates to one I already wrote, and I plan on writing a few more on the same topic. So...is it OK with HP to have a link capsule with links to all the hubs within the same topic? Sort of like a blog via HubPages ? Just don't want to be overly promotional, spammy, etc...
Great, thanks. BTW, I appreciate the quick response. Love HP !
You can make a RSS feed of all your Hubs with a particular tag, and use an RSS capsule. That way it is constantly updated.
There are illustrated instructions on the Hub "How to use an RSS feed" in Maddie's pink sticky thread.
by Glen 10 years ago
In the spirit of community sharing and caring I give to you a step by step tutorial on how to make a Table Of Contents for your hubs.If you're familiar with HTML it's easy enough. Just a bit fiddly. The only way to make it easier is if HubPages HQ make a capsule to do it automagically.
by Michael Willis 8 years ago
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by Dale Hyde 6 years ago
I posted this in the "Need Help:Ask Here" Topic and it was suggested that I post it here as it seems that others are having the same problem, no matter the tweaking of the tags on our hubs."I have been reading various hubs and tutorials about adjusting tags on our hubs to have them...
by Eric Standridge 6 months ago
I have added a table of contents to one of my hubs. The hub has a list of famous people from Oklahoma. To divide it up better and make it easier for people to read, I added links to each capsule. The question is, has anyone tried this and do you think that it would have a negative...
by Mike Russo 6 years ago
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by Margie's Southern Kitchen 6 months ago
Hi, to my article is ready for a niche site but need help with my content table. https://hubpages.com/food/4-Meat-Bean-a … ad-RecipesThis is from editor:The inclusion of a table of contents is great but I would move it down a few capsules. It is not a good idea to make it the top...
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