This makes me feel like an idiot, but in the editing part of my blog, how do I add the tags? I noticed on my hubs they aren't done right! When I went back to edit, and typed in a tag and hit "add", it brought up a box asking if I was sure I wanted to navigate away from this page. Help. I hope this makes sense!
>>Go in the edit mode .
>>On the right hand side you will have tabs named reorder, tags, settings, summary, group.
>>Click on the tags tab.
>>You will have a small rectangular box. Add your tag(one at a time) and click the add tag button.
>>After you have added tags, click done editing on the top of your page.
Thanks, Patronus. I did notice, however, that today the tags look right on my Hub, so I don't know what happened. But thanks for the step-by-step, it will help me for my next Hub.
Well, Patronus, I spoke too soon. Now they are back to the way I was having a problem with! They appear in my Hub just like they do in the editing section, with the tags that have the red x box next to them. I've noticed on others blogs, they are all in a box. I did it like you told me, but no change. Any other advice?
Thanks so much,
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