Can anyone tell me how to consolidate images into thumbnails, as required by and HP editor?
I have received and email advising me that an article is eligible to be moved to WanderWisdom and asking me to -
please remove walls of photos by consolidating them into a photo capsule and using the "thumbnail" option to create a slideshow. Feel free to use a few throughout the piece.
I don't know how to do this. Where is the thumbnail option?
When you go into the photo capsule it gives you the option top left to have 'with border', 'no border' or 'thumbnail'
Hope this is what you mean!
You won't be able to move already loaded images in the article into a thumbnail view. You will have to upload the images again.
Thumbnail is an option at the Photo capsule. You choose it at the upper left. Once done you can upload more than one image into the same Photo capsule. The first image is displayed in the article. Above that image will be thumbnails for the other images. The reader can choose each thumbnail.
Thank you for your advice, Tim. I have now overcome my techno-phobia and accomplished the task.
Thank you, Tim. I was also ignorant regarding this. But, now, I understood it well.
by Eugene Brennan 9 days ago
A few months ago, an editor replaced about 11 images with three lots of thumbnails. Can Google read the captions on these (or text on the images)? Does it just see three images rather than 11 images?
by johnapparao 8 years ago
I have seen in most of the hubs about how they are keeping thumbnail images even after a list of photos. for example: if we have 20 pics, how we can keep only 5 or 6 thumbnail images on above the slide show.
by mdlawyer 7 years ago
I want to hide the thumbnails row coming above a photo capsule and show the capsule as a slideshow only, but find no option to hide the row of thumbnails appearing above the slideshow. Please help. Thanks.
by StellaSee 6 years ago
Those hubs look great. I believe that feature becomes available when adding multiple images to the same photo capsule, then select "thumbnails" for display method. See here for further reference: http://hubpages.com/search/thumbnail
by Keith Abt 6 years ago
When I post a link to one of my Hubs on Facebook, it usually displays a thumbnail picture, the title of the Hub and some of the summary. However, recently when I've posted links on Facebook (in the past week or so), the only thing that shows up is... the link. No picture, no summary, nothin'....
by Catherine Giordano 3 years ago
I spend endless hours maybe two months ago redesigning my first photo so they would look good on the thumbnails on the profile pages and also on facebook. The latest change has made all that work a waste.A few of the thumbnails look better, but most now look off-kilter and have the text cut off. I...
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