We are ready to copy our code now It’s not hard.. You can do it!
Scroll Up to “Embed in a Blog or Website”.
Their is no need to hilight your text in the box, just click the “Copy” button
and it will copy the code to your clipboard. You can then close the tab to rafflectoper if you feel the need to do so.
It’s handy here to have notepad open (do not use software such as Microsoft Word, Office, or any softwares that are similar to it, it should be a normal text editor such as notepad)
I use open source software called Notepad ++ for my notepad as it gives me some options that the normal windows notepad doesn’t.
Whether you use notepad or some other text editor, right click and click on paste
Your code will now appear. Depending on the settings of your text editor software, it may wrap the code to the next line or the code may be all on one line.
I do this because I may copy something else to my clipboard without thinking the code is their and then will have to end up going back to Rafflecopter to get the code.
Full Lesson Index
Lesson 00: How To Set Up Rafflecopter For Your Blog Sweepstakes Intro
Lesson 01: How To Create A Account on Rafflecopter And/Or Sign In To Your Account.
Lesson 02: Create A Giveaway
Lesson 03: Terms & Conditions
Lesson 04: Options For People Can Enter By
Lesson 05: Scheduling Your Giveaway
Lesson 06: Preview & Install Part 01 – Previewing
Lesson 07: Preview and Install Part 02 – Embedding
Lesson 08: Add The Code To Your Blog
Lesson 09: Add The Code To Blogger
Lesson 10: Add The Code To WordPress
Lesson 11: How To Look At Entries
Lesson 12: Tips For Rafflecopter Giveaways
Lesson 13: How To Enter A Rafflecopter Giveaway