I noticed that some hubbers have a square that links to their other hubs. How do I do this? Is there an option box that I can just choose?
Hi there. When you are creating or editing a hub, there is a link button. It is along with Text, Photos, RSS, Amazon, Ebay sides (top most or top right).
Click it and when you want to put in the link, make sure the link is good and you can test it by using the Test Link button
Hope it helps
Thanks to all who have replied to my question.
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You can use "link" capsules, to attach related hubs.
Thanks, this was what I meant. I saw peeps having boxes with their hubs links in it. I just couldn't find the "link capsules" before.
Here are some hubs written by veteran hubber Darkside about HubPages.
One of them is about "capsules".
Plus, Frogdropping wrote a couple of excellent hubs for new HubPages members:
That should help you.
If I link to another related hub or hubs in the body of the hub, but also have the new hub in the same group as a older a hub, the link is shown near the bottom of the page for the group hubs.
The question is, is this against any type of duplication or double linking policy?
Not sure if I'm making sense here but is it Ok to link to my own hub that already shows a link in related groups.
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By using link capsule you can give links in yourr hubs. Other way is to write <a href='address of link'></a>
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