I am trying to create an amazon capsule. I copied the html like it said to on amazon but I don't know where to paste it. I pulled the capsule into the article could not figure out where to put the info. It asked for specific products, etc. All I had was the html code. Anybody have any ideas.
Hey evamaries- definitely check out the Learning Center LCDWriter shared- it sounds as though you're actually trying to paste HTML into the Hub, whereas all you need to do us use keywords or copy over individual URLs or product codes.
by Sherry Hewins2 years ago
I never have before, but in the past week I have made 6 separate sales through Amazon. Just wondering if anybody else is having this experience. Maybe it's just a fluke.
by sklein5 years ago
I've gone through all the steps with trying to get the Amazon module to display, but after saving the html nothing is on the Hub. In fact it says at the bottom, No Amazon product found." I have a Amazon account...
by Peggy Woods5 years ago
I have been trying without success to get those specific products or even Amazon banners posted into some of my hubs. They say to highlight the code (which I do) and then paste it into the website. I have...
by Will Apse14 months ago
I often see barely related Amazon ads on pages here. Sometimes, I see ads that seem plain perverse -- ads for Apple TV on an apple pie recipe page, for example.I'm sure a lot of the most unrelated (and harmful) Amazon...
by premsingh8 years ago
If one is left behind in technoogical race, he is always at a loss. It always hurts me that there is no provision for pasting a HTML code at hubpages. There may be a policy of HP for not including this...
by Mark Ewbie18 months ago
It would be nice to add links to merchandise from HubPages articles - same as the Amazon capsule.
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