What you need to do is determine the ISBN number for each book and add
that into the unique string for Amazon that identifies you as the
I do it inside a table like this (this is for Amazon.ca but the format
is I think identical for Amazon.com):
<TD width="626" height="37"><B><FONT size="2">Thatch, Nancy R.,
David, & Moser, Adolph J. <SUP>1</SUP><BR>
target="_blank">Don't Rant and Rave on Wednesdays! The
Control Book</A>. Landmark Editions, 1994</FONT></B>
What your visitor sees is this:
Thatch, Nancy R., Melton, David, & Moser, Adolph J. 1
Don't Rant and Rave on Wednesdays! The Children's Anger Control Book.
Landmark Editions, 1994
and clicking on the title opens a new page on Amazon with the book
description and ordering info.
Amazon.com. I know how to do that. I have html code that which I want to
be the link which the visitor does not see. What they see now is the
image which makes my table huge requiring one to scroll. All I want them
to see is the text and when they click on that, they go to Amazon.
I was able to publish.