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When I put in the featured image, I end up with two of the same thing. Hideous looking. I tried a second post and again with same image twice. I clicked delete and it got rid of one of the images, but the other one went to left of page. How do you get one lmage in the center of page?
Linda, bring a photo capsule in below a text capsule. Unless you click on the arrows, it'll show up in the middle of the page.
Linda, I did that too at first and, yes, it looks horrible. Just go with the featured image and forget about the picture. The featured image is off to your right, on the lower right-hand side of your screen. Happy whirling!
Why are you asking this question on HubPages' forum?
Sorry, I fixed it while I was approving posts last night. Anyway, just download the image, use the upload featured image. Do not use the gallery if you only have one image.
The dashboard also has the PM function. Please PM me, (my username there is Kemiko) using that feature so I can reach you quicker.
Thanks ologsinquito. I will have to look for that then. I saw the do not use for single image, etc but could not figure out what to do. Heck, maybe I can make some sales! Some are doing good there with sales.
I had not heard of Whyrll. It looks like a good site for affiliate links with only 100 words or more for a description. Certainly is something to consider to earn a little extra money online.
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