How can you delete images from HubPages? I have a couple of image files on my account that I don't intend to use.
If it is in a hub, then edit the photo capsule and delete the image by clicking on the "x" on the image.
If it is in your photo profile of pictures, then remove the image from your library of photos.
From what I have heard, the deleted images will no longer appear in your account, but will remain on HubPages' servers.
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