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If I ever reference a textbook (or anything else) and provide an amazon link to it, is there a way to make said link direct the user in such a way that it works for the physics forums affiliate link?
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If I ever reference a textbook (or anything else) and provide an amazon link to it, is there a way to make said link direct the user in such a way that it works for the physics forums affiliate link?
Greg Bernhardt will have to confirm, but I believe it is automatic.

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Yes it is automatic

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Quote Quote by Greg Bernhardt View Post
Yes it is automatic
That's handy, good to know. Thanks.


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