Is there a way to link the created hub (http://daniellefarrow.hubpages.com/hub/ … hakespeare) to the question that stimulated it (http://hubpages.com/question/147031/wha … hakespeare)?
When using the button that comes alongside the 'submit answer' button, there is a link between the two sections.
Is there a way to have that put in after the hub has been created, please?
I ask particularly because I have been unable to submit any answer on the relevant page - I reach a blank page with nothing happening.
Either you can post an answer to the question and include the link to the Hub you made, or you can save all the contents, delete the Hub and then remake it using the button which will link it to the question.
Someone has already answered the question and linked to the OP's hub.
Thanks for responding, Cagsil and relache.
Someone was kind enough to post a link to my hub, when my system wasn't working, but it was the sidebar box I was hoping to gain on the hub that seems not to be possible without redoing, which would lose the responses already gained.
I take it there is no html / behind the scenes way this could be added?
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