I would like to promote a product from Amazon on my hub, so to do this it requires that to get the html code for an image on amazon you highlight the html and copy it on your site where you want to promote it. The only thing i want to put the image at the bottom of my hub but i cant just copy the html in to the text capsule and the code capsule does not allow you to paste html from amazon into it. Where do paste the html code i want to promote?
You just want the picture? Just right click over the image and then click 'save image'. Then upload the picture from your computer to the hub. I think that's what you mean anyway
You must use the amazon module in your hub editor.
EDIT: Oh. The picture. My bad. What frog said.
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