NetSyndic™ - Article Syndicator Wizard

Wizard that prepares your articles for syndication (generates JavaScript)


NetSyndic™ - Article Syndicator Wizard

by Christopher Heng, thesitewizard.com
 

What Is NetSyndic™?

NetSyndic™ is a program (wizard) that allows you to syndicate your articles to other websites while still maintaining control over the content of your articles. The other websites get to display your article on their site, but any time you need to change your article (such as to update it), you can simply correct the master copy on your site and the syndicated copies displayed on the other websites will automatically reflect your changes.

How It Works

NetSyndic™ works by converting your article into a JavaScript file which you place on your own website. Simply provide other webmasters some cut-and-paste HTML code (which NetSyndic™ will generate for you as well) to place in the BODY of their web page. The HTML code that you supply them will automatically load your article from your web server whenever a visitor accesses their web page.

You can find out more information about syndicating your articles in general and how NetSyndic™ works in detail from the article on Article Syndication: Pros and Cons.

System Requirements

Licence

NetSyndic™ may be used to generate code for your website free of charge, only if you agree to the following condition:

THERE IS NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, NOT EVEN THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. YOU AGREE TO BEAR ALL RISKS AND LIABILITIES ARISING FROM THE USE OF THE PROGRAMS AND THE ACCOMPANYING FILES AND DOCUMENTATION.

Note that NetSyndic™ is not freely redistributable. Only thesitewizard.com and NetSyndic™'s authorized agents are allowed to redistribute the program. If you want to give a copy of NetSyndic™ to a friend, please direct that person to http://www.thesitewizard.com/netsyndic/index.shtml.

Downloading NetSyndic™ - Articles Syndication Wizard

NetSyndic has reached its End of Life (EOL). It has not been updated for years (more than a decade at the time I write this notice), and I have not even tested it in versions of Windows later than XP. For those wondering what "End of Life" means for a piece of software (which, being inanimate, was never alive in the first place), it just means that I will not be updating it or making it available any more. I personally don't think it was particularly useful anyway.

What's New (History of Changes)

(Dates given are the dates the version became publicly downloadable.)

Version 1.0.1 (24 July 2002)
Minor fix and documentation updates.
Version 1.0 (17 July 2002)
Initial version

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