I know this is a really dumb question, but I can't seem to think too well this morning. In order to add a background color to text on a hub, it must be aligned to the right. I open the html editor, but there is no existing code for the alignment. Do I treat it like coding on a webpage, or is there some special code HP uses?
thanks in advance and sorry for the newbie questions lately. I'm getting the hang of it
Place the capsule you want aligned (A) above a different capsule (B), then click on the right-oriented arrow on (A), which will then wrap itself around (B) on the right.
....and once you have the capsule on the right, open it up (click on "edit") and you'll see toward the top left the selection of background color - white, grey, or blue - and just click the one you want.
Thank you both so much. Okay, so it wasn't how I thought it would work. You think I would've noticed this with the text and image capsules.
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