I tried to place a photo capsule to the right of a text capsule.
I couldn't find any instructions in the FAQ or a hub that addressed this matter.
So I started clicking various up and down arrows and shift right arrows and ended up with a plate of scrambled eggs. I had text boxes out of order, two columns instead of one...
Ack!! Whatta mess.
I did manage to kick a photo capsule to the right of a text capsule but have no idea how I did it.
Is there a "How to..." that explains the process?
oh that's easy. just place the photo capsule over the text one, and then click on the green arrow pointing to your right on the right corner of the photo box, and it'll do it.
then how do you explain how i did it? magic?
oh God, the more try not to be dumb the less it happens. yes you were correct.
this Q. has already been answered earlier http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/54875. Also your hubs show that you know how to do it.
That is an invalid link. Could you correct that?
correct link http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/54875
Saleheensblog, I read that thread carefully. As far as I can see, it does not include any instructions on how to do what the OP is asking. It is only a discussion on whether images can be placed on the left (they cannot) or on the right (they can). It does not discuss exactly how to do it, so would not be of much help to the OP in this situation, I think.
ok,my apology.I am really annoyed with myself.
what is the meaning of OP?
Edweirdo has a neat trick in getting pictures to go side by side -amongst other things - such a clever man - http://hubpages.com/hub/Custom-Website- … n-HubPages
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