Steph, I noticed in your little league hub that you had code for an Amazon product linked to text.
I've wanted to do this. In some ways, I think it can be more effective. The code you used had hubpages in it. Where do I find the code so that both Hubpages and I get credit?
If I understand your question, you want to link an Amazon product to words in a text capsule. See #6 near the bottom of:
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/the- … xt-capsule
Hi Sinea - if you have an Amazon affiliate code, its very easy. Just highlight the text from which you want to link and then hit the link button. You will get suggestions for your hubs, Amazon products and all hubs. Its really convenient. Just remember that you cannot link more than twice to Amazon from a single hub. That does not include Amazon affiliate products in capsules. Good luck! Steph
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