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I see that a number of hubs have pictures alongside the text but I can only see how to put the pictures below or above. How do you do this please? I can't find anything to tell me how. My hub is Arts and Crafts for Kids.
You can move the Photo Capsule to the right by clicking on the right-arrow and up-arrow buttons at the top of the Capsule.
Hey all, I'm new here as well. I'm trying to add photos to the right of my text, but they will only go above and below the text. I've tried the up and down buttons. Am I missing something?
There's a little button that goes both right and left and that's what I used to put pictures to the right of the text.
What I'd like to know is if it's possible to put pictures to the LEFT of the text. Just one...that's all I want. Just one.
Can't figure it out....I did get a crash course in moving around capsules, though...I had #2 next to #10 which was above #7 and below #3 for a while there. It was starting to remind me of those number/alpha sliding puzzles.
Not as far as I know - I wrote about hub layouts recently here http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Create-a … ive-Design
Have you try to move the text capsule below the picture to the right and then move it up? I´ve never tried but I think it´s possible.
Thanks. I found it and finally figured it out. duh....
When you edit a Hub, there's a box over on the right, under your tags, and it's called "Capsule Ordering." It's not only a fast way to move capsules around, but if you double click on them in that box, they toggle between being double-wide and single column.
And remember, to apply and save any changes you make that way, you have to click the button that reads "reorder now."
by Susan Carter7 years ago
How can I add pictures to the right of my text in my HP article?I have chosen the template that allows one picture next to the first text box, but I would like to add more pictures down the side of my article along side...
by helenathegreat10 years ago
I looked around and didn't see a topic on this, so I thought I'd suggest it (pardon me if it's been brought up before).Is there a way to align a picture to the left and have the text on the right wrap back to center if...
by karpouzian8 years ago
I've tried playing around, and I'm doing something wrong...Ideas?
by Juliette Kando FI Chor5 years ago
I recently filled in a survey on how to improve HubPages but forgot to mention a very important design issue which has been bothering me for a long time.When a text capsule is very long, I like to turn it into 2...
by Bible Studies7 years ago
I have been playing with some different layouts as to where I have been putting the photos, amazon ads, and etc. I don't have a lot of traffic. I'm starting to learn about marketing, keywords, and SEO. Even so, I don't...
by Ronald E Franklin6 months ago
The biggest issue I have with all capsules having to be full width is that there now seems to be no provision for sidebar content. I've had to eliminate several sidebar text capsules because although they have...
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