How do you put space between pictures on hubs?
I can't figure out how to space pictures on my hubs...They all get pushed up to the top of the page and then there is like 3 more paragraphs of text after they end. How do you edit them to they are farther apart?
Just have one picture uploaded at a time then use the arrow provided to push them down to where you want them.
Use a separate photo capsule for each photo. Or you can use separate text for each photo:
Select a photo capsule: Only upload One photo in the capsule.
Select another photo capsule and Upload only One photo in the capsule.
Do this as many times as you want space between your photos.
If you upload all photos in One Photo Capsule - all the photos will appear together directly following the other.
Hope this helps! Thanks for the question.
In addition to one photo per capsule, it also helps to create multiple text capsules. You can simply put in text capsules with headings, then put a photo to the right of each capsule, or some of them.
If you get really clever, you can put up a text capsule without a heading. The text from the two capsules will flow, and you can put a photo next to the second one, with text above and below.
Hope this helps.
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