When I split an article up into more than one hub, I like to put a sort of table of contents as the first text hub at the top of the article so that Readers can easily navigate around the article.
My problem is that if the text capsule is a certain size (about 4 lines or more, though I'm sure the precise number differs according to the reader's screen resolution), Hubpages throws an ad block on the right-hand side of my Table of Contents, squeezing it down to half size and making it very ugly and unclear.
Now, I know I can turn off, or lower the number of advertisements on my Hub, but I don't really care to do so. Is there a way to keep a capsule ad-free without affecting the number of ads on your hub?
If you want to stop the Google Ad Block from appearing, then limit the amount of spacing and text you use in the first capsule. Otherwise, it will automatically trigger the Ad Block.
by Thomas Dowling 2 years ago
I give! I've searched the first 3 or 4 pages of "Getting Help" Forum and I've read the entire Link's Capsule section in the Learning Center (http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/using-hubtool). That Hub, by the way, has a large number of Quick Links in it. How do you create a list of topics...
by em_saenz 2 months ago
I think it would help people find their way around my long article: https://hubpages.com/travel/Thinking-of … -in-Europe
by ga anderson 7 weeks ago
It has been a long time since I published here, and I have forgotten the process.I have a recently published hub, (5 days ago), that exited pending with that Dreaded Black Circle - Not Featured - Quality. (I do have other Featured hubs)I don't see any indicators of why, or what to fix, and I don't...
by Glen 10 years ago
In the spirit of community sharing and caring I give to you a step by step tutorial on how to make a Table Of Contents for your hubs.If you're familiar with HTML it's easy enough. Just a bit fiddly. The only way to make it easier is if HubPages HQ make a capsule to do it automagically.
by Glen Kowalski 4 years ago
I tend to create long-form content. A table of contents or a search function at the top of a hub would greatly benefit my users who may already know a bit about the subject and are looking for something new.
by Garrett Mickley 7 years ago
I hate to compare Hubpages to Squidoo (I make no money on Squidoo and quite a bit here), but I do know that Squidoo has a table of contents feature and Hubpages does not.I sincerely believe this would lower bounce rates and increase the amount of time spent on pages. All we need is a module...
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