I get the html from ' follow this hubber' in my profile. Then the instruction is to paste this html in your hub. Where in the hub do I paste it?
Do you have a blog or website? That is generally where you would add the code.
At no time can you paste HTML into the hub. This would be for your own blog, website, and some social sites that allow such.
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