An article on all hubs at HubGarden requires at least one image. Check the requirements of the particular hub you are writing for, for details.
Press at the top or bottom of the edit box
Press the 'Browse' button and navigate to your image.
Fill in the 'What is in the image?'
This is important and helps the article to be found by Google and potentially increase your readership.
The category keywords you are using in your article are a good indicator to answer the question.
Press the 'Submit' button to be taken back to the edit page.
If the screen goes blank, press the back arrow on your browser (usually top left side), and 'Submit' again. If the screen keeps going blank try renaming your image. Use numbers or letters or a combination of both.
Use the format shown - IMAGE X inside square brackets, X being the image number. Add a caption if desired.
This is how your article looks now, editing on the left and preview on the right.
Your uploaded images are shown as thumbnails at the bottom of the edit box. Choose your best image for the thumbnail because this is the picture that will be shown on the main page and in the hub newsletter.
Press 'Publish' at the top of the editing box. Some hubs will have
You can press 'Help' at any time to see that particular hub's FAQ.
You will be notified by email once your article is published.
You can leave a message for your Editor via the (pink) comment box at the bottom of the edit box.
If your articles are of a consistently high standard requiring little or no editing your Editor may let you self publish - allowing you to publish at will.