Can I use one on one of my hubs (Its a world clock).
If I can where do I paste the code.
If I cant use it ,then I suppose it doesn't matter lol
Technically you can use HTML code but it limits you to certain tags:
a, blockquote, br, strong, em, u, h2, h3, h4, li, ol, p, pre, sup, sub, ul
Yea thanks Sara -will do it that way. When I was on the World Clock Site all the options looked kinda cool and I got a bit carried away I guess, thinkin ,Oh that would look cool a real clock ticking ,with the my New Zealand Hub.
All Good ,thanks again.
'What's the time Mr Wolf, what's the time?'
Sheesh.. c'mon EK.. you want to supply NZ Time on a US Site?
What are you calling your hub - Hindsite..
It's Tomorrow here in NZ..
Why don't you just link to my LapTop.. I'll position it by a Cuckoo Clock with a Pukeko in it instead of a Cuckoo You can then write a 2nd hub on Pukeko Love Calls and direct your reader to the Pukeko Clock link, every hour.
Yes, we are allowed to use html codes but as Sara T had said, very limited..
Allowed Tags: a, blockquote, br, strong, em, u, h2, h3, h4, li, ol, p, pre, sup, sub, ul
Other than the above tags, we can't do anything else. I would love to use different colours to emphasize some words or phrase.. but the only change in colour allowed is black. The only thing you can do about the world clock is to put a link to it.
You cannot use html code on hubs. But you can link your hubs.
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