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.
by Rafini3 weeks ago
Could someone please show me how to create a backlink to my HubPages profile in HTML? I tried using the formatting found in the reply box below here but that didn't work.ex: Rafini (space intentional to show...
by Ryan Hupfer7 years ago
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by Bryony Harrison4 years ago
I've tried to put my widget on on a website, but it does not show up as a box, just a link like this:What am I doing wrong?
by Eugene Brennan5 weeks ago
I noticed it wasn't working on my blog. So I re-copied and re-pasted the code just in case something had been updated, but still no success.Anyone else having problems?
by Paula Atwell18 months ago
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by Paul Deeds7 years ago
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