They shouldn't be. I just published a Hub where I selected "Don't display this capsule", because I created the capsule while I'm waiting for the photographer's permission to use his photo, so when I get this permission, I'm ready to go, and yet, in a slide-show view, the pic in that capsule is displayed along with its caption and title text.
The Hub is
http://hubpages.com/hub/Meals-for-One-A … nter-Foods
Maybe this is a glitch? I just went into one of mine with multiple photos, turned one off and it did not appear in slide show. Maybe try turning them on then turning them off again?
Yes, I think it is a glitch, but not by what we do as users, rather what HP has in their code.
I don't know what you mean by "turned one off". Can you explain that?
I edited my hub and clicked on 'do not display' on a photo. Then when I went and viewed it, could not see that photo anywhere, including slide show.
Thanks for the clarification. Apparently the process worked successfully for you, but not for me.
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