Example Site for Spiral Scripts Extensions

This is an example of the Amazon content plugin (displayed below) for Joomla!, showing how you can add Amazon products to your site using some simple short code. Both the free and paid versions of the plugin work in a smilar manner: you can list products by Amazon Item Id, or as the results of Amazon product searches.

The additional options available in the paid version are:

  • search the Amazon database directly from the Joomla editor, using an editor button which automatically inserts the short code for you
  • show results from more than one country at the same time
  • embed single products or the results of Amazon searches
  • refine searches by search index, author, title, keywords, power searches for books
  • use tracking ids to check which links or authors are generating sales
  • a wider choice of layouts for the output
  • show reviews and rating
  • show Amazon attributes such as author, publisher, brand, artist, creator, actor etc
  • support included and bug fixes
  • updates for one year after purchase



Note that this example shows the content plugin being used in stand-alone mode. If you buy the plugin as part of the Amazon Shopping Cart Package, it will show an 'Add to Cart' button instead of the 'Buy Now Link'.

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The Code

This example shows how to list selected items using the Amazon item id. The output below is generated by using this embedding code:-

{amazonWS:itemId=0141011114,0306819112,1851687793}

 

The Output

The Fabric of the Cosmos: Space, Time and the Texture of Reality (Penguin...

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Product Description: From the bestselling author of The Elegant Universe, Brian Greene's The Fabric of the Cosmos takes us on an irresistible and revelatory journey through the biggest of the big questions. What is reality? Could we exist without space and time? Can we travel to the past? What are the limits of the universe? Brian Greene has made the mysteries of space and time accessible to millions with his acclaimed writings and award-winning TV series. Now he reveals a world more beautiful and bizarre than we could have imagined, where 'dark matter' reigns, space warps and wiggles through eleven dimensions, minute particles dance, fizz and teleport across vast distances, everything is made of vibrating strings and, like an ant on a lily-pad, we may be floating on a sliver of spacetime., Revealing new layers of reality that lie just beneath the surface of our everyday lives, this grand tour of the universe will make you look at the world in a completely new way. 'A must-read' Sunday Times 'Greene takes us to the limits of space and time' Guardian 'Sends the reader's imagination hurtling through the universe on an astonishing ride' The New York Times Brian Greene is well known to many fans as a populariser of theoretical physics. He is the author of the bestselling books about string theory, The Elegant Universe, which was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for nonfiction, The Fabric of the Cosmos, and The Hidden Reality., Educated at Harvard and Oxford, he has taught at both Harvard and Cornell and has been Professor of Physics and Mathematics at Columbia University since 1996.



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How to Teach Quantum Physics to Your Dog

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