Is it possible to add HTML code to a hub? I thinking about code that results in a form on the page.
Thanks compu-smart. I had been trying to come up with some way of doing it, but I just could not. So what I did was link to another site that I added the HMTL code to. Anyway, thanks a million for letting me know. I will not attempt that again.
HubPages does support some basic HTML, if you are using version 3 of the text editor (you can alter this on the "edit my profile" page of your account). Just open the text capsule and hit the "HTML" button. The tags you can use are limited, however, to mostly formatting stuff.
by emmacate 8 years ago
Hello. I'm new to all this and can't understand how I'm supposed to copy and paste the HTML code from Amazon to attach an advertising banner to my HubPage website. Following are their instructions, which are clear, but I don't know where the code for my HubPage website is."Just highlight and...
by SaraHays 9 years ago
I am SO frustrated trying to figure this out!!I am trying to add my Amazon HTML code to my webpage - but WHAT webpage are they talking about?Here are the steps I've followed so far: On the Associates page (Amazon) under Build Links and Banners > Site Stripe (then to the pop up menu where you...
by Philip Cooper 9 years ago
Can anyone tell where I can paste Amazon HTML code which serves as a link to an Amazon product please?
by Eaglekiwi 7 years ago
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
by sanpnrad1 11 years ago
it is high time hubpages allowed html code like in blogger...
by nick071438 7 years ago
I have seen somewhere in the net very interesting, unique and fascinating banner appropriate for use in hubs or blogs. To me they can easily capture interest of people because they blink, glitter, light-out and light again. Can a good-hearted fellow hubber come to the rescue how this...
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