So far, I haven't found a way to search the Learning Center. By search, I mean type in a "search" entry, rather than browsing around. Is there a way to do this. If not, it would be a useful feature.
If you are looking for a specific topic in the learning centre, the easiest way to find it is to hold down the ctrl key on your keyboard and then press F. A search box opens top right and type in your search string.
Thanks, Izzy. This is useful, but it only finds words on the current page. So if the answer is on a different page it won't show up. So, if I do the Ctrl+F solution on the table of contents, it doesn't search the contents of pages of the entire learning center.
I like this idea. It certainly would help find things. I was looking for information about pictures until I finally figured out they used the term images. I've had trouble several times when looking for information.
It would be really helpful if hubpages has a Learning Center for newbies like me.
Good news - There is a HubPages Learning Center. After you log in, go to the upper right where you see your name. There's a drop-down menu. The second-to-last menu item is the Learning Center. I spent all this last week reading it, and it really helped.
by xmetow5 years ago
Is it possible to find an offline version of Hubpages Learning Center? I have not still connect to the internet, so it will be help. Thank you.
by Amanda Littlejohn5 years ago
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by Peg Cole3 years ago
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by houdude6 years ago
I'm new to HUB. Not sure how to get started learning all about the site. Any help? Thanks
by Heather Edgens5 years ago
I only have 5 hubs on here. I don't know if it's because I also write for other sites, and I'm used to earning a penny or two a day, but my earnings through the ad program have been impressive considering the lack of...
by Marie Flint8 months ago
I came across this piece of advice in the first part of the Learning Center:"Write to educate your readers on your topic: create content on subjects that you are an expert; don't create content for search engines,...
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