So when I chose the option to have my hub as an article, as before, I do not get to choose the layout as there are no options available - is this how it is supposed to be? It says to me I can still choose a layout but I can't see how.
You could choose the copy template button and go from there.
I just want to choose one of the standard layouts (or what used to be standard) So maybe these don't exist any more?
by Simone Haruko Smith 6 years ago
Happy Friday, Hubbers!I am happy to announce that the new Special Layout Options for recipes and reviews that we introduced on our blog earlier this week are now live. Head over to the HubTool and have a look!In addition to making new Hubs using these Special Layout Options, you can update your...
by Dana C. Beck 4 years ago
Whenever I try to insert a graphic into my article, I can only insert the graphic at either the very top or the very bottom but no where else. I can't insert the graphic into the body of the the text. I was able to do this before on a previous article I had written but all of a sudden I can no...
by Nesbyte 5 years ago
Do you use the Recipe layout?If you create recipe hubs, do you use the “Recipe” format or do you simply use the standard “Article” format? Does it make a difference to traffic?
by Dorsi Diaz 6 years ago
I've noticed that since the new layout change that we have less options to share our hubs - no Digg or StumbleUpon button. I also don't see Google + either. Were these left off because they are not considered valuable places to share our hubs or another reason? I'm wondering about the reasoning and...
by William F Torpey 9 years ago
None of the options for starting layout for a new hub fit my needs. None of my existing hubs have the layout I want to use, and I have no idea what the default layout would be.What I need would be text, video, text video, text video, etc, with a comments box at the bottom.I would appreciate any...
by Tim Martin 7 years ago
What is the best way to layout a city grid?Is a grid, spoke system, or something else?
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