How to add html code to my Hub, I want to add some banner and some ads, just looks like Google Adsense type.
Somebody please help me.
You can't use custom HTML in hubs. You may only use Google Adsense, eBay, Amazon, and Kontera in your hubs. You do this by dropping your id number in the affiliate zones. Some other people (I dont yet) also use clickbank to try to sell products. The problem with it is it results in lower scores and you can only have the link to clickbank twice per page (or its overly promotional and subject to deletion).
Thanks both of you.
But what is the use of code capsule in HP by the way?
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