How to I install DMCA source code into my articles to protect it from being copied?
I never knew you could do that. I'll be interested to read the responses.
by Ten*Der 7 years ago
Just signed up to kontera, but where is the html source code?
by BPN2008 8 years ago
I am new to Hubpages and signed up for Adsense yesterday. They have sent me the info to get the code, but I am having trouble pasting it into my source code page? I'm not even sure what this means??LOL Under my affiliate page in accounts it is showing adsense and a different code there. Do I need...
by DevinG 9 years ago
Hey fellow hubbers! I have an HTML question that I can't seem to get right.Is there currently a way to make a link in a hub and link it to a different part of the same hub? What I mean is does Hub support a method to jumping to a different part of the hub?I kindly thank you for any input .
by Suzanne Day 4 years ago
Hi everyone, I have recently begun working on checking and removing copied content from my hubs on the web. I am doing a rather in depth analysis, so thought I'd share what I am doing with you, so you can try it too, if you want to.I have a few steps to find the stolen content:1. Use Copyscape. Pay...
by Michele Rampa 5 years ago
Is possible on HubPages to access the HTML source code?You must have access to edit the HTML source code of the website you submit for AdSense...
by email@example.com 7 years ago
I would like to get paid for this, however, I don't know what to do about the HTML source code required by Google AdSense to complete my account. Can someone help me with this PLEASE?!
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