How do I create a link directly to my article either from my own website or my department's website?
To create a deep link to your article, you first need to go to the table of contents your article appears in on Cambridge Journals Online. Underneath the article title you will see its DOI. You need the number to the right of the back slash, including the S. For example, if the DOI of your article is 10.1017/S0142716405050095, you would use S0142716405050095.
To create a link to your article, cut and paste the number after: www.journals.cambridge.org/article_
So, for the DOI above, that would be www.journals.cambridge.org/article_S0142716405050095
To create a link to the abstract of your article, paste the number after: www.journals.cambridge.org/abstract_
Note: if you link directly to your article and the person following the link does not have access to the full text of the article they will see a message which explains why they are denied access. If you link to the abstract, users with full-text access will be able to click through to the PDF (or HTML where available) using the links at the top right of the abstract.