I find that HubPages has changed drastically since I used to write here; I can no longer find the HubPages widget. Is it still available?
I'm almost positive the answer here is no. That said, I recall a time when there was a Hubpages widget. I had no clue what to do with such a thing.
If you are interested in writing here again, then it seems to be a pretty good time to do so.
https://hubpages.com/help/ads I have no idea if it still works and HP just forgot to delete the page.
The banners still work and authors are welcome to use them on outside blogs and websites (though this practice has fallen out of use and is no longer usual).
GwennyOh, I think you might be referring to the old RSS feed option, though? That was retired several years ago.
I was hoping HP would get back to us on this. I'll stick one on Trump's Twitter thread. Meanwhile, the new forums are purdy.
Yes, the widget did carry a feed. Okay, so it's been years then, thanks for the info. And I am glad that the banners are available; thanks for the reminder about the tracker code.
Is that what is at the very bottom where it says "Get a user widget"?
Hmm, well I looked for it and did not find it. Where did you find it, if you indeed did?
I was busy when I wrote the above, and obviously if I'd have given any thought, I would have realized you were talking about how it used to be, not how it is now. I realize it's goner than gone. Lol.
At the bottom it says "Get a user widget" but when you click on it, nothing happens.
by MomsTreasureChest 18 months ago
Is the HubPages widget feature still available?If so, how would I access it? Thank you in advance for your assitance.
by LongTimeMother 3 years ago
Hi Matt. When HP moved all subdomains back to the main domain, I expected EC banners would be restored to hubs that previously held them (before choosing to opt out of EC and keep all hubs within subdomains.) So far, no sign of them. Is this a technical issue? Banners used to be restored, but...
by kirstenblog 9 years ago
You know those amazon widgets advertised on the amazon affiliate page suggesting we try the mp3 widget and the video on demand widget? Well do they work here on our hub pages?
by Paul Deeds 10 years ago
After a little more testing we've just opened up another new feature that went out yesterday -- a HubPages widget that you can add to your blog or website. To grab the code, just go to your profile page and you should see a link in the right hand column.You can see an example of it in action...
by sunforged 8 years ago
The title says it all - just do it , the topics are often unprofessional, the discussions are never on topic and as a basically unmoderated area of the site they should not be appearing on our carefully crafted hubs.Remove the forum widget from all hubs!!!! also "related questions" should...
by MSGolden51 5 years ago
How do you put the widget on another blog or website?The widget for your hubpage the HTML how do I perform the process.
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