Welcome, first of all you should understand starting a thread like this just for promoting your own hub is against hubpages terms. Just go through the FAQ section and forum rules before you post
I have nothing to do with this, I just warned you in a friendly manner. I'm not a hubpages team member, I'm just a hubber.
If you hadn't posted your hub's link here, that would not be self-promotional. But, I doubt this is self-promoting. You said you like photo galleries, that's nice.
I just told you to read hubpages terms and conditions & forum rules properly. You should have understood on your own. Welcome to hubpages
Come on, You have made a hub on it. That's normal. Just think, how do you expect hubpages to allow everybody to talk about their own hubs in forums?
The only point is that you don't understand hubpages terms. It's nothing to argue with me. I don't have any problem with this thread, I pointed out before the HP moderators warn you for the same. You can keep the link and you'll come to know what I mean. Good luck
Yes, Mark has just helped you. I've removed the link from my message
If you want to add photos you need to do this:
[img] the url of the photo [/img ]
Without the space at the end of [/img......]
*cough* people who make long galleries spend time on it, you apparently made a 5 minute hub and deleted it and then say its the same as deleting theirs? Come on how messed is that. If you clicked a link of a bikini girl it's your own fault. All you have to do is put your mouse over any image and Firefox DISPLAYS THE LINK IN THE BOTTOM LEFT CORNER OF YOUR BROWSER. You know where your going before you click a link. And if yours doesn't do that or you use a different program try checking the properties first. Just because people are lazy and get click happy around girl pictures doesn't mean you cant prevent it.
Can we not start this over again?
Didn't we have enough of this?
I sure did.
It does work for ads. Every link, even if its an image or shortened to a . can be known before you click it.
Just to clarify what I said I made this for you:
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid … 2340556453
Watch the whole thing and I hope it helps
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