I'm wondering, is there an option to place your Amazon items horizontally? I know there is the option to place them on the sides, as well as make it the entire width, but is there an option to place.. say 5 items horizontally in a row?
If not, can I directly use the Amazon ads straight from Amazon to make this work? Or is that against the Hubpages TOS because I'm bypassing the sharing between Hubpages and myself? If I can, it's going to be using a rather large amount of them (ballpark, probably 50 or so) due to the page idea.
Linking directly to Amazon, bypassing the Amazon capsule, falls under the regular linking rules that operate on this site, so you'd be penalized if you had more than two. And you could only put them in as simple text links due to limitations on coding.
That's a good question, I hope someone can answer it.
I hope so too, the horizontal layout would make my plans a lot easier, as well as save a bunch of space.
I know, itd be good to be able to add the amazon widgets etc which have different styles to them.
by David Branagan16 months ago
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by belief71310 years ago
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by SaiKit7 years ago
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by Mitch Fabino4 years ago
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by Will Apse4 months ago
Assuming that you can still use your own Amazon account...
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