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knd_amazonlist

This is a plugin that will output a list of Amazon catalog items with thumb images and links to the products detail page at Amazon.com. It has the option of linking with an Amazon associate id.

This plugin builds on the work of Robert Wetzlmayr’s plugin wet_amazonassoc: Sell Amazon merchandise on your site.

Release Notes:
v0.2 :

  1. Added GeoIp support to direct users to their local Amazon store. Specifying the ‘tld’ attribute overrides this behaviour.

v0.1 :

  1. Initial release

I would be grateful to hear of any suggestions or problems.

Update:
2006-12-10: After a long hiatis this plugin has been made available again. Sorry for the absence. :-)

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Initially released:
01/09/2005
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07 Oct 2005
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10 Dec 2006

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Commented (4)

alex:
Hi Lachlan, seems to be a nice plugin. Trying to install it, i get this notice:
Notice: unserialize(): Argument is not an string in textpattern/include/txp_plugin.php on line 152

Unfortunately i can not install the plugin as code is empty. Any ideas what the problem can be?
ST:
This plugin is no longer available for download.
This plugin has been made available again. Sorry for the absence. :-)
Vanished, again. There’s a place in Textbook to keep orphaned plugins, maybe you wanted to archive it there?

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