How can I embed hubpages widget to my site, please reply asap, thanks in advance to those who will provide me the answers...
Go there to select the banner/badge you want.
When you select the one you want you need to copy the code, and then paste it into your site. If you have something like a blog there should be a way to edit/customize your blog. On Blogger you select the option for pasting HTML code in the box for "third party" functions.
On something like your own website, you would sign in, go to "edit", and paste the HTML code wherever such things get pasted on your particular website. Sometimes there's just a box, and you can select "HTML" before pasting the code into the box.
Sites/blogs are different. I guess the main things to keep in mind are where you get banners, that you need to copy and paste that HTML code, and wherever you're pasting it should have some indication that the box is for HTML code.
thank you very much Lisa i'll go and try ... wish me luck hehehe... thanks again...
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