Third time I have tried to get something from the Amazon capsule into a post. Nothing. What magic wand do I need to get this to work? My web browser is Chrome and has been recently updated. On my other account here I have been going through and deleting everything Amazon out of frustration. Thought I would post and see if anyone has a suggestion before I resign the Amazon capsule to the dustbin for life.
Link to the Amazon capsule tutorial,
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/usin … d_22478701
I've read the tutorial twice.
But the adblocker I do use and that could be the problem. I run three of them actually. I hope that is it, something simple, even though it means I will be stuck with ads sucking up bandwidth again. In Canada we pay for bandwidth and that makes the ads not just a nuisance but expensive too.
Well when adding a product the first time I don't see the image either (If I remember right). But once it's added and then you edit again you can see the picture. As long as you enter the ASIN and Description as you've done it should work fine.
There is a preview button after you add ASIN so you can see product before you save it.
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