When I highlight a word to create an Amazon link, the page will not load anything, either from my articles or from Amazon. Please, could staff take a look at this issue, it has been going on for 2 days?
Yup. I am experiencing the same problem, help support!?
Do you have the grammarly plugin installed by any chance? It's known to cause this kind of problem.
Yes, I do, you just reminded me that I could try another browser too. I am reluctant to stop using Grammarly.
I just code the links in via HTML. Simple as that
<a rel="nofollow" href="AMAZON:B00XXXXXXX">Product</a>
where B00XXXXXXX is the ASIN of the amazon product.
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