Why does this appear on the first picture in a hub I just published? The other six pictures are some of the others in the hub, but I don't want this link (or whatever it is) to appear. I've unpublished the hub until I find out how to get rid of it. I did try deleting that capsule and creating a new one, but the "link" still appears. The Hub title is "Extraverts and Introverts: How Your Myers-Briggs Preference Affects the Way You Interact with People."
Whether or not the slide show option is active on a Hub is a setting you can control. If you don't want it, just turn it off.
Edit the hub in question. While in edit mode, scroll down a little and look to the right hand side. You will see some "red" letters, which are command which you can set yourself.
Once you have put 5 or more photos into a hub, the slideshow viewer becomes active. You can shut it off, via those command settings. I think it's the first command. Click on it and you will see an option to uncheck a box? If you uncheck the box, then the slideshow viewer will be turned off.
Then click done editing at the top of the hub and you should notice it disappears.
People do seem to watch the slide show when it is enabled, so I leave it on.
Ditto. I even get a fair number of clicks from slide shows. Enough that I consciously try to get the minimum of 5 pics needed to make a slide show.
Really? Maybe I should reconsider. Thanks for the info, psycheskinner and wilderness.
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