How do I put code into my hubpages website?
Amazon keeps telling me to paste html code into my website and I have no idea how.
Well I know that you can post the amazon capsules, but the amazon site says to post something about the amazon prime free trial and the only way it shows to do that is the code thing. Can we just not do that?
No, uninvited writer, you can't embed Amazon codes on HP. If you have your own website that you have purchased, you can do it there. Not sure if you can do it on the free version, but I can do it on Weebly because I upgraded from free to Pro.
You do not need to put any code. Just post the Amazon ad capsules, this is sufficient.
You can't add code for Amazon or anyone else because we don't own this site. You can embed code to sites you own and manage.
Basically, you can't. Hubpages makes things easy; the cost is that flexibility and options are lost.
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