how do I delete a video off my website thats not the right forum. i need help with this immediately cause it want let me publish my page
You don't have to delete the video, just transfer the entire hub to the right category. If you want to make something in that category, you will have to replace that video with something else.
How do I transfer the whole thing to the right category I don't understand what you are talking bout I've been trying to delete the video
At the top of the page, where you are editing, it tells you the name of the category. You can click edit there, and simply change the category.
To me this would be the best solution, as Millionaire Tips suggests, to simply change the category. I have done this on several of my hubs over time with no problems.
If this was/is a Video Hub that was built around the video, then I think that you cannot simply delete the video. Instead, you will have to create a new Hub altogether (but you can copy and paste the written material).
But if this was a regular Hub that included a video, you should be able to delete the video capsule while you have the Hub in Edit mode.
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