On my August 18 Poem of the Day the poem is written in Nonet (reversed style making it look like a diamond standing on end. However, when I move the poem to the center of the page to allow for the expanded middle and save the poem hubpages creates a straight left margin, thus only display in half of the intended shape of the poem. Why can't we center text in our hubpages capsules and leave the margins
It would be great if this thread is shifted to report a problem or make a suggestion.. that way the staff will be looking into it..
I don't think it can be done as you describe. I've never seen a centered poem on HP. But I could be wrong.
There is a hubber, nellieanna, who is very creative with her poem layouts.
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