Can anyone tell me how to create a link on my website to allow people to download my e-books. I have my own website, I have created my first e-book. I would now like to place a link on my site so visitors can click to download directly to their computer. Is it a difficult task to create such a link?
George, If you go to my site athttp://www.actiontraders.com/ebooksand look at how I did my links to the E-Book files you will see how it works. When you get there, click on the view menu in your browser and choose the menu (source) to see the actual code that links to the file (ebook.exe). Simply put, if you upload an E-Book file to your Internet site, all you have to do is provide a standard link to the file just like you would to another page or picture. You of course use a button or picture to link to the file as well. Hope that helps some. Dan
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