I'm trying to submit my feed to feedcat and it wants my random code or anti-spam shield. Uh, where do I find this? Thanks.
...just let me stop laughing
oh,thank you for that!
The random code(anti-spam shield)
is located directly underneath the part that asks for it
it looks like some rrrandom code! ex) n4ghr
Im not sure that service will work with hubsfeed, i seem to remember it requiring an additional tracking id or something ...its been a while..but thats where you find teh spamshield..also known as captchas
I looked it up - feedcat requires that you insert a tracking code into your site
You dont have that level of control with hubpages
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