I am very new to hubpages and I am having trouble adding my search box on my site. I have my code from google and have copied it to paste to my website but it keeps showing up as a text and not a box. I am going under the capsule text to edit and then pasting it there to go to update editor. What am I doing wrong?
The features your are describing are intended for webmasters and maybe bloggers. They will not work on HubPages, which does not permit HTML code to execute. You only have access to the features that are provided with the various capsules.
HTML code will not execute, although a very limited set of HTML tags are supported and there is a capsule for displaying HTML to illustrate computer code.
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