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The code above is what routes the subsequent URL (web address) through Bush Library's Off-Campus Access Server.
2. Paste the code above into the destination (e.g. Insert Link to Website URL in the Canvas editor).
3. Paste the article's stable URL (web address) immediately following the above.
Some databases (library online resource collections of books and/or articles, videos, etc.) called this a "Permanent URL", "Permanent Link", "Permalink", or "Document URL" since these URLs are systematically maintained and should not change.
Do not put this prefix code in front of permalinks that you get from HamCAT records.
Ensure there's no space between the equal sign and the subsequent "http" or "https".
Use permanent links or stable URLs whenever possible rather than simply copying the URL from the browser address bar.
Test the link to ensure it will function correctly for your users.
It may help to conduct this copy and paste procedure in NotePad, TextEdit or some other simple text editor before finally pasting the whole URL into its final location.