May you please(anyone) explain briefly how to find ASIN for a Amazon product?
Go to the product page at Amazon that you want to use. Do a Find with your web browser, search for ASIN.
Unless it's a book, then you're looking for the ISBN.
In addition, a typical URL when browsing the Amazon site is structured as
so if you have it up in your browser you can often see it there
Thanks darkside and john for help. john your link to Amazon page is non-functional.
Yes I find the ASIN really difficult to find, They don't put it in a fixed position so the best thing (As Darkside says) is to do a page search. In Firefox it is near the bottom of the edit menu.
The link is not supposed to work. It is an example to show that he number in the URL after the description is usually the ASIN number.
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