A plugin for showcasing items from Amazon. Simply enter the ASIN/ISBN number of any product and optionally enter an Associate ID.
There are several attributes available in each showcase: Showcase Name, Associate ID, Locale and Item ASIN/ISBNs & Image Sizes.
Name Use this attribute for naming a particular showcase. The text entered here will be used to reference the showcase.
Associate ID This is is an optional field that allows Amazon Associates to enter their Associate ID. When you supply an Associate ID, it is automatically inserted appropriately into the item's link. This allows you to earn commissions when people click on the item and purchase it through Amazon.
Locale The locale field allows you to select which of the international Amazon websites you would like to pull items from. You have 6 options: * United States (.com) * United Kingdom (.co.uk) * Germany (.de) * Japan (.co.jp) * France (.fr) * Canada (.ca)
ASIN/ISBN Use this field to define the Amazon product you would like to display in the showcase. This can be any item from the Amazon catalog of the locale you selected. Simply locate the item's ASIN or ISBN and enter it in one of these fields.
Exmaples: ASIN: B000I1ZWRC ISBN: 1582345236
Image Size Amazon usually provides five different product image sizes: swatch, small, tiny, medium and large. Select the image size that you would like to use within your showcase.
Template Use the template field to define the HTML that is generated for each product. There are several pre-defined 'tags' that you can used as placeholders for product information. For example, any instance of the tag '[author]' in the template will be replaced by the product's author name when outputted. Available tags: * [title] - The title of the product * [author] - The author(s) or creators of the product, if available * [url] - The URL for the product's detail page on Amazon.com * [image] - The HTML for the product image (fully formed tag) * [image_url] - The URL of the specific image size you selected * [image_width] - The width (in pixels) of the specific image size you selected * [image_height] - The height (in pixels) of the specific image size you selected
Yes, you can create as many showcases as you like and each showcase can contain an arbirary number of Amazon items.
I've tried to make the output of the showcases as clean and customizable as possible. Using CSS, you should be able to customize the look and feel of the item display. Additionally, you may customize the output of each showcase to your specifications by using the optional 'Template' field.
This is the default structure of the HTML that is produced:
<div class="amzshcs" id="amzshcs-[showcaseIdentifier]"> <div class="amzshcs-item" id="amzshcs-item-[itemIdentifier]"> <a> <img /> </a> </div> <div class="amzshcs-item" id="amzshcs-item-[itemIdentifier]"> <a> <img /> </a> </div> <div class="amzshcs-item" id="amzshcs-item-[itemIdentifier]"> <a> <img /> </a> </div> </div>