I have just recieved html code from amazon to place on my hub. Where do I place the code? Thank you for your help.
You do not need to place any code on your hubs. Simply place your affiliate ID on the affiliate settings page of your account, and HubPages will automatically rotate it into the code. You are responsible for adding Amazon capsules (under "add more stuff" on the edit page of your hub) and stocking them with relevant products.
This question, among other frequently-asked, is answered on the FAQ sticky thread.
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