Below is a list of frequently asked
questions in regard to The Syndicator. If after reviewing this page you still
have questions, you may request assistance
Question: I have previously registered with
the Syndicator, but didn't copy the codes. Is there somewhere I can get the
Answer: Yes. You can visit our codes page
get the article to display.
Answer: Part 1 - Your article feed code should
take two lines. The first line will contain the actual code and the second
line will contain </SCRIPT>
not support users of Internet Explorer 3.x and below, Netscape Navigator
Question: How often are the articles
Answer: The articles are updated weekly and will display new
articles each Monday.
Question: When I placed the article feed on my website the
article stretches clear across the page. Is there any way to prevent this
Answer: Yes. The articles were designed to blend in well with
any website, so you can place your article within a table and it will
automatically adjust to fit.
<TD>Your article feed code here</TD>
Question: Will you be adding any additional article
Answer: We're currently not planning on adding any new categories.
This may change in the future, so you're welcome to check
Question: I know that the articles are copyrighted,
but can I use them in a website publication?
Answer: Yes. You can create an online ezine and use the article
feeds to provide the content. In addition, you can create an email publication
and simply link to the page your article resides on.
Question: I am in the process of creating
a free ebook to distribute from my website. Can I use the article feeds within
Answer: Yes. The articles will display in Ebooks created with
Editor Pro, WebCompiler or similiar HTML compilers, but you'll want to mention
that an Internet connection is required. Not only will they display, but
your ebook will be continually filled with fresh content, automatically!
Question: Do you accept article
Answer: Yes. If you write articles that may be freely published,
feel free to submit them. If your article
is selected, it will run across every website registered with the