by Eric Dockett 2 years ago
Like many Hubbers, I use Amazon product images when I'm writing about a product, as allowed by the Associates operating agreement. However, I'm wondering if book covers and album/CD covers fall under the same license. The difference (to me) seems to be that product images were created...
by Virginia Kearney 2 years ago
Hi--I want to reorganize my photos in my HubPages albums and since only a few of the albums pop up when I want to use them, I'd like to delete some and rename others. Unfortunately, I can't find any information on how to do that. Does anyone have some help? I end up uploading the...
by Christina Lornemark 8 years ago
On my hubside the tags have red crosses even when piublished and does not look at all as they shall, what can I do?
by Poppy 10 months ago
All of the covers are from websites where the designer adds your author name and book title after you've purchased it. I'm uncertain which to get, so may I ask your opinion? Which of these covers, A, B, or C, do you like the most for a fantasy short story?
by rminela 7 years ago
how can I rid my system of this trojan?When I am searching a topic; say through google, When I click on that topic I am redirected to an ad page such as "daofinder" whereas my anti virus (Mcaffee) gives me a warning but doesn't cure the problem. Is there anything I can do to fix this...
by BritishRock 3 years ago
Now more then ten years after the 90s were finished music fans and critics agree that these two albums defined 90s rock music. Debate over these two albums started a couple of years ago but it was friendly with both fan bases agreeing that they were both great albums. Just recently Rolling Stones...
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