Everything I post is shown in full on my hub. I noticed someone else's hub that had the first posting in full and the others were minimized, just the titles showed. I would like to do that because my page is getting very looooooong. Thanks for the help. Den
Starting a Hub, the first 'fields' are usually reserved for the title. 'Text' capsules is where you put the body of your hub. Not sure if I answered your question right.
I believe that what you're talking about is an RSS feed that someone added to their hub. The RSS feed is just showing links to other hubs.
If you look in the upper right corner of your screen, you'll see a green "start a new hub" link. You need to use that each time you make a new "post." You should wind up with many, many hubs rather than one long one.
Then down the road when you have several hubs, you can create an RSS feed or put in links to your other hubs.
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