In pretty new in here. I have finally finished my second lense. My dashboard shows that I only have one lense in each dash. how do I link the two. By a link in the edit from my first?
Hi there, you're using Squidoo terminology on HubPages so I'm not quite sure what you mean.
You can put your Hubs into a Group (which will mean arrows will appear at the bottom of your Hub leading to the next one). Or you can add a Links capsule to your Hub and put a link to the other Hub in it (either add it at the end of your Hub, or float it to the right so it sits next to your text). Or you can simply refer to the other Hub in the text, and link to it like any other site.
your exactly right about the lingo, sorry. Thanks for the info!
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