I was just reading Glenn's profile and he has a site map at the bottom of his profile separated by | and then links.
Many of us already have the categories already set up. What do you think about an optional capsule for the profile only of the categories that we write upon.
Can I create this with links - most certainly. But I believe Google likes site maps and giving a common format that is optional I think would save all of us time and provide a familiar framework or magazine layout for our readers.
What are your thoughts?
We will soon be introducing a MAJOR re-design of the User Profile page.
You can see a preview of it in this Blog post from Simone from May 15:
It will come out to Staff Profiles in a few days.
One of the new features will be the ability to filter a user's list by Category. So we've "feature-ized" this already as we noticed that quite a few users use links in their bios to highlight their content in interesting ways.
Stay tuned for the new profile soon!
by Tranquilheart 4 years ago
I went into one of my older hubs to add a photo and got this message:"It looks like some images in this capsule appear to be reduced in size. Note that saving any changes made to this capsule will update the size of these images to fit the capsule."After adding a new photo, all the...
by Juliette Kando FI Chor 6 years ago
Who votes for a larger profile picture on our hubs?The minimum avatar size I would be happy with is only 100px. That is twice the size of our current minuscule 50 px avatars. Because many of my Hub Titles occupy 2 lines, the lay-out would look better too.What do you think?
by Janis Leslie Evans 4 years ago
Maybe I missed this change but as I was doing some editing, I saw that some of the amazon and ebay ads have changed size. Some are so big that it throws off the layout of the hub. Not good. It looks bad in some cases, in others it just creates annoying white space. I tired to rearrange a few to fix...
by Paul Edmondson 5 years ago
We are working to track down an issue with the site that we think may be impacting traffic indirectly. So, until we can be sure we've identified the issue and developed proper fixes, we are going to revert the Amazon capsule back to its previous state and we are going to remove the QnA and...
by Glenn Stok 6 years ago
I was studying the Authorship Markup on the new profile format that has been released for staff only at this time. I noticed that the HTML link to other profiles is coded as rel="me nofollow". This defeats the purpose of rel="me" for Google authorship markup since...
by Raye 5 years ago
When someone gets banned from HubPages and you go view that profile it reads And then below that it then reads Whereas that message is appropriate for people who have just joined the site, it doesn't seem right at all to be encouraging other users to follow and send fan mail to someone who has now...
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