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  1. I am trying to re-post a widget I have had on my blog for a long time now but that went inactive on its own... It's pretty simple, or used to be, you just copy and paste this link <object type='application/x-shockwave-flash' style='outline:none;' data='' width='300' height='200'><param name='movie' value=''></param><param name='AllowScriptAccess' value='always'></param><param name='wmode' value='opaque'></param><param name='scale' value='noscale'/><param name='salign' value='tl'/></object>
    into the 'content' box under the 'widget' area on the admin page. However, when I do this, after I press 'save' wordpress turns the embedded code into a hyperlink...into this:

    I don't want it to be a clickable link, I want it to be the active widget that it was..which is just fish swimming around that you can click and feed. Please help. Really liked those fish. Don't understand why wordpress would change this capability, unless I'm getting it wrong somehow. Thank you.

    The blog I need help with is

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