Can anybody PLEASE help. I know this is probably a stupid question but I am really stuck. I want to put a logo/banner onto my hubpage. I have the html code for them but I dont know how to enter it into a capsule. I have tried clicking on the HTML button on the open capsule page and placing it there (in between the but all that appears is the written code. I know you probably think i am completely dumb but I am completely stumped. If anyone can help me I would very much appreciate it. Thank you
You are out of luck: HubPages does not allow you to insert HTML code in the way that you want. The capsule you mention is only for showing lines of code in discussions about programming; not for actually executing code. This is a safety issue.
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