How do I link with Amazon eg I want to show link for Kenny G's music. Have made endless attempts but to no avail. Am a silver surfer but not senile - yet! :-)
You create an amazon capsule, go to amazon.com get the number id of the product then paste it into the field.
Not the html but the *text* option...copy and paste into your amazon capsule and it changes to a SID code..click preview and you should see it hope that helps.
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