How do I get the +1 button from google to show as a button and not code?!! (in my hub pages)
I copied and pasted the "+1" symbol from google into my hub to get the symbol (*1) button; how in the world do I fix this?!! All I got was code.
You cannot add the +1 button to your hubs. You can't add HTML coding.
I would recommend starting a blog on wordpress if you'd want to add a +1 button, there are many plugins already created where it is pretty simple to add it to your site
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