I just published a hub and the comments capsule is about 6 inches down past the rest of the text. How can I fix it? I had so much trouble with this hub, is something wrong with the system? None of the capsules wanted to go in the right places?
Go to the last capsule on the edit mode and delete the space after the last line. Hope that helps.
It sounds like shimmering dawn is correct, only you might need to place the cursor at the very bottom of that text box and backspace it several lines or more until it ends up by the last word or text.
Thanks mistyhorizon and shimmering Dawn,
I know it sounds ridiculous, but I was having trouble with all large spaces in my hub. It was late at night though and maybe I was overtired. It wouldn't let me just put the cursor anywhere to just backspace. I tried this afternoon and all is well.
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