how do i put an adsense html code into the website to put ads from my adsense on there
Hi, if you're talking about hubpages you don't need to add any html (in fact you can't). Just put you adsense ID in your affiliate settings. Go to "my account", then click "affiliate settings".
Hope this helps
You do not need to add any code to HubPages. See http://hubpages.com/help/googleadsense for instructions on how to associate your AdSense account with HubPages, or sign up for an AdSense account if you do not already have one.
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