I have been approved by Amazon and have found a product I would like to add to a hub. However, all I seem to get is HTML, not a link. How do I add HTML to a hub? Or, how do I get a link instead of HTML in Amazon?
Thanks so much
You can't add the Amazon generated HTML code to a hub.
You need to add the Amazon Capsule.
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