thought I would try and get the Creative Commons button onto my hubpage. Quickly realised that copying html from the CC site into text box doesn't work. Can anyone tell me how to do it?
Thanks for your help!
Type some text into a text box, eg "This page copyright under Creative Commons", then highlight the text, click on the little chain icon to make it a link, and paste the URL of the appropriate creative commons page into the link URL box.
What Jenny said.
To clarify, you can't make clickable (hyperlinked) images on HubPages.
Thanks Jenny and Darkside. That is one question ticked off the list. I am still at stage of getting confused by what I can do on which site so I am bound to be back with other questions soon!
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