Add Sections of Content to Your Leaf: Images, Videos, Feeds, and Uniqueness!
We like to call the virtual Legos of content that you can stack up to make a great leaf "sections." These sections vary in purpose, just like Legos. You can add videos with the YouTube section. Add photos with the Flickr section. Upload your own photos using the Photo Gallery section. Provide a feed of your latest tweets with the Twitter section. Suck in your pins from Pinterest with the aptly titled Pinterest section. And, last but not least, tell us everything about you, your dog, your job, your experiences, and your passions with the Text section.
All of the sections available on Zujava are located in the sidebar when you are editing a leaf. Let's walk you through all of the sections available on Zujava below.
The real "meat" of a leaf: where you can add text, a photo, or jumbo photo
The default text for a rich text section states this:
"Add unique content, including a photo in this text section. Adding more text sections will allow you to add even more tantalizing content! The more unique content you add, the better your chance of this leaf performing better."
The Rich Text section will be the backbone of your leaf. It's versatile, and gives you the opportunity to use basic HTML like bold, italicize, and ordered lists. In addition, you can upload one photo. Click off the "jumbo image" box at the bottom to make the photo appear full width!
2. Featured Leaves Section
Add your other leaves, or feature related leaves from other authors!
Add multiple photos with captions, like these!
The Black Box Section
Apple iPad 2 32GB, Wi-Fi, 9.7in - Black (MC770LL/A) - Warranty Included
iPads, Tablets & eBook Readers
Apple iPad 1st Generation Tablet 16GB, Wi-Fi, 9.7in, Black/Silver (Model A1219)
iPads, Tablets & eBook Readers
It's been a while since our last post! We have some news for you, and I wish I could say that it's good news. We have decided after much thought that Zujava is going to shut down. Zujava will be no more as of July 1, 2015. This was an incredibly difficult decision for myself, but it has been a long time coming. Some may have seen the writing on the wall for a while. There were quite a few factors that led us to this decision.
The past few months have been tumultuous for writers in the Squidoo community. With the transition to Hubpages, it means a whole lot of work for most of us, as well as figuring out where certain content will work best.
If you've been trying to make old content conform to guidelines over on Hubpages or are just unhappy with the way certain aspects of how lenses were transferred to hubs, we have some good news for you.
This week, we received some news from Amazon that was like a kick to the gut... news we never wanted to deliver to the community. In a cold form email, Amazon Associates announced to us that we had violated their operating agreement, and that they would be immediately be cancelling our account. To boot, they said they'd be keeping all of the earnings that are owed to us.