PHP..lol..I was afraid someone would say that. I'm just starting to learn cgi and all the rest but thanks for your suggestion...I'm just waiting for my brain to absorb all the foreign computer language out there. I've bought plenty of books just a matter of re-reading until the concept seeps through the ole brainstems.
You can use a static HTML page and link to that as per my original response
What you might want to do is name this static page with a .php ending (provided your host supports PHP - yes you can make a PHP page which doesn't contain any php code, just HTML), so that if the page later becomes a PHP script [you won't have to release a new version of the ebook with different links]
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