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Is there a way to write a hub utilizing a format that has 2 columns (like in Word).
to put it in context.. I've written a poem comparison and need the comparisons to go line by line beside each other..looks fantastic in WORD but when I pasted into Hub it just has the first poem and then the second underneath it which takes away from the dynamic of the comparison. I'm guessing I'd have to change the HTML.. buuuuuut I also worry about the space provided for the hubs (sideways there may not be anough room).
What do you think?
The easiest solution would be to put the comparisons in two separate text capsules and align them side by side.
Why not try two text capsules side by side.. just saying .. I am not so sure if that will solve your problem.
Have fun and welcome to HP
Welcome to HubPages! Two of our most helpful Hubbers are right, aligning your text capsules side-by-side would be the best thing to do. Here's the Learning Center entry on Text Capsules: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/the- … xt-capsule
The Learning Center has a lot of great info for Newbies; I recommend checking it out.
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