Hello all you helpful people!!!
I finally got it to work! Next question IS....... How do I move the video to the left of my hub article, instead of way down at the bottom. I know about the directional arrows, but they only seem to move the video around at the very bottom at the end of my article? The same question applies to amazon and ebay capsules, am I allowed to move them up along side the hub article and if so, how , Please. And---- is there a limit to how many YouTube video's I can display on my topic(hubpage).
Thank you all so much.
You can only put them on the right-hand side of the hub. You also need to break up the text into smaller capsules if you want the video anywhere other than the top or bottom of the page. See this one for an example:
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-I-got-my-hu … first-page
I do not think there is a limit to how many video capsules you can add.
When I added my videos they went to the bottom of the hub before the comments. How do I get my videos to the side of the hub?
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