I have seen hubs that will have one picture, but have thumbnails above to view other pictures. How do you make a picture to have extra pictures above it(thumbnails) for visitors to view?
Sorry if this is a dumb question. I have written over 100 hubs and do not know how to do this
Every image capsule, in editing mode, can be set to the following display styles: No border, with border, thumbnail. Just choose the third option. You can have more than one image inside a single capsule, but all will be shown the same way. So you would use one capsule for the full sized image, one for the thumbnails. Move the capsules around to get the desired order of appearance.
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