No, I do not believe that is possible. Because the hub pages editor will not allow the complex HTML and/or PHP and/or scripts that is needed for an opt-in page to work. That restriction plays a role in keeping the Hub secure.
a big NO. the HubPages editor validates HTML codes and certain restriction are there in putting up all the codes.
by sweetie18 years ago
Where is Kontera code in the account. All i can find is HTML code and when i put that in my HUb pageI could set up my amazon and adsense account but i can not get the code Hub pages want for Kontera.
by Sleepylog3 years ago
I'm trying to write a hub, linking to a couple of my other hubs, but the links don't work, saying the page cannot be found and I'm getting warnings about broken links when I know the links aren't broken and that the...
by sharkbait017 years ago
I was wanting to put a Google search engine with my hubs. Is this possible?If it is possible, how would I go about putting the code (which I have) in?
by Bruce Chamoff6 years ago
What feature is missing from Hubpages that you would love to see in the future?Mine:1. A way to address our followers by sending them an update like Facebook pages do.2. A status like a tweet3. A way to group our hubs...
by LM Gutierrez3 years ago
Hi,I have been in hubpages for less than a week, and I have been munching information in help pages and guides ever since. I have made a few hubs, all about medicine. Basically, my problem revolves around references....
by brad4l8 years ago
Have you considered adding a capsule for displaying html, php, and other types of programming code?An example of this can be found on vBulletin sites, which usually have a [code] block and a [php] block. This doesn't...
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