Did you remember to save the changes you made?
Did you copy/upload/publish the changed page to your website?
Are you actually looking at a version of your page that was in your cache (saved Internet files on your computer)?
If you are sure that you did save it, and did publish it to your website, try pressing the 'reload' or 'refresh' button on your browser's tool bar. That is supposed to force your server to get and display a copy of the html file - exactly what the rest of the world will see when they visit your site.
If the newly cut and pasted code really does not work, try 'view' and 'source' to be sure that the on-line version of the html file you are looking at really does contain the code you are sure you pasted in.
I was expecting to see my counter/link button/etc., etc. but all I got was stuff that looked like this:
Sometimes, when the cut and paste code contains comments, the comments get wrapped around the working code which then thinks it's part of the comment and (like all good comments) takes no part in the action. Spot the differences and fix the code :)
Click here to see typical script pasting problems. There's only one way a script will work.