[Answered] Sharing the link to a custom label

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I don't think this is actually possible?

 

I don't think this is actually possible?

I don't believe that you can, but Moem would be able to confirm this for you.

 

wingMoemwing 9 mos ago
Let's try this
Here's a link to one of mine. Can you see it?
https://www.bookcrossing.com/---/87413c2e-bd03-4b3e-8af4-ba7f4bb632f6

 

Here's a link to one of mine. Can you see it?
https://www.bookcrossing.com/---/87413c2e-bd03-4b3e-8af4-ba7f4bb632f6

Yes i can! But how do I get the link address?

Edit: Okay, I got it, I have to view the frame source of the Iframe of the order bookplate-popup, which shows me the source code of the frame. If I copy the part of the address behind view-source I get the link, which I have to copy in the address bar of the browser. It is quite hard work, but it is not for the faint of heart. :)

 

Yes i can! But how do I get the link address?

Here's a possibly easier way:
- Scroll through the bookplates galleries until you see the bookplate you want to share.
- Rightclick on the 'Purchase/Details' button.
- From the menu that comes up, choose something that sounds like 'Copy link location'.

You now have the link copied, so go and paste it somewhere.

 

I was composing this reply when the site went down this morning, so I saved it to a document. Moem's already posted one link, so the answer seems to be "yes", but if you want to know how to get to those links, this might help:

If you see a bookplate you like on a BC-book entry: here's one that I'd used one of my custom bookplates on:

https://www.bookcrossing.com/---/15399985/

I put the cursor over the image of the bookplate and used right-click to bring up the menu, and selected "copy link address".

Having copied the link, I can paste it, so:

https://www.bookcrossing.com/---/dffea584-d117-4b03-96a4-011ec1f68040

If that takes you to the buy-this-bookplate page, then it does work!

You should be able to do the same thing when viewing the custom bookplate gallery on the store site, for your own bookplates or for any others you see and like.

 

If that takes you to the buy-this-bookplate page, then it does work!

Only if it actually adds the bookplate to your shopping bag... which it now does 😁
That last function was broken, and that was why the 'bookplate in this book' feature was disabled for prenumbered bookplates, for a while. But during the last round of renovations, Reno restored it.

 

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