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Palm Infocenter Headlines on Your Site

Palm Infocenter's headlines are now available for personal and non-profit syndication. You can include the latest PalmInfocenter news headlines and articles on your site using a JavaScript client-side include. It takes moments to set up and can be customized to match the look and feel of your own pages.
Read on for an example and full instructions...

Simply cut and paste this line into your HTML page where you would like the output to appear.

<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript" SRC="http://www.palminfocenter.com/includes/headlines.asp"></SCRIPT>

It will display like this:

You can customize the look and feel by preceding the include line with an html FONT tag. Alternatively you can use CSS elements; each link in the output has a class name of "PIC".

If you would rather use a server-side include we have a backend text file available here: http://www.palminfocenter.com/backend.txt

If you decide to include out headlines on your site, please send us an email and let us know. We will be compiling a list and will link back to each site that includes our headlines.

Commercial Orgainizations and for Profit website must first contact us and agree to our terms of use policy.

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Thanks, Ed, Ryan, et al!

GregGaub @ 8/3/2001 4:42:08 PM #
I've been wanting something like this for a while for my PUG site, but no other news sites offer the same thing (that I've found). Most just give the headlines and a single link to the news site, not direct links to the news articles. Thanks a kajillion!
I'll send an e-mail anyway, but I'll be including PIC headlines on SeaPUG at www.seapug.com


Headlines on your site

I.M. Anonymous @ 8/3/2001 5:19:11 PM #
Is there anyway I can get the headlines on my Yahoo site, or something similiar. That would be great. Although Palm headlines are the most important I also like to look at Sports and Business headlines.

RE: Headlines on your site
Admin @ 8/3/2001 5:39:45 PM #
If my yahoo (I assume that's what you mean) let's you add content from third party sources and uses a common format then we may be able to arrange it.

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Ryan
Editor in Chief
webmaster@palminfocenter.com

RSS?

I.M. Anonymous @ 8/3/2001 5:40:37 PM #
Why not use an RSS file such as sites like slashdot.org? That would make things much more cross platform and wouldn't rely on Javascript.

http://slashdot.org/code.shtml

And for the RSS reference:

http://www.webreference.com/authoring/languages/xml/rss/1/


RE: RSS?
I.M. Anonymous @ 8/4/2001 5:25:03 AM #
I think that's a great idea, PalmStation.com is already doing this. You're already providing backend.txt so RSS shouldn't be a problem.

Adam

We have linked to you

CarlBrooks @ 8/4/2001 4:24:44 PM #
Palmloyal has linked PIC to its Quick News Page.

http://www.palmloyal.com/quicknews.php

Keep up the good work!

Carl
http://www.palmloyal.com

IPUG linked

xash @ 4/3/2002 1:31:21 AM #
Hi,

The Indian Palm User Group website now has Palm InfoCenter news.

This is a great feature for PUGs. I second Greg's sentiments.

Find the IPUG news page at :

http://www.notcomguys.com/palm/news.html

Thanks,
-ashish gupta.

The Indian Palm User Group.
http://www.notcomguys.com/palm

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