Construct the URL as if it were provided by The Monastery. For example, suppose you wish to refer to Llama3 from another web site, define your A HREF as follows:

Here's an excellent book for <a href="http://www1.fatbrain.com/asp/BookInfo/BookInfo.asp?theisbn=0596001320&from=MDZ411">Learning Perl.</a>

The &from=MDZ411 parameter is what tells FatBrain that The Monastery is the referring associate.

--f

P.S. Random HTML trivia regarding your .sig: Netscape 4x doesn't understand the &mdash; entity; however it does support the character code version, e.g. &#8212;. If you're interested in the support found in older browsers for other entities, this seems to be a reasonably complete reference. It is a little out of date, though.


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