Do I always get the latest content on my site, or do I need to grab new code?
You will always have the latest content and you do not need to grab new code. Once
you embed the content syndication code into your Web site, you will always receive
the latest content changes from healthfinder.gov. Any updates made to healthfinder.gov's
Health Topics A-Z will automatically push to your Web site.
Will you alert me if you make changes to content embedded on my site?
No, we will not alert you when we make updates to the Health Topics A-Z.
Changes to the content do occur periodically based on the latest research findings.
You can be satisfied knowing that any updates we make reflect latest disease prevention
recommendations, giving you and your Web site audience instant access to timely
My content feed doesn't look like the Health Topics section on healthfinder.gov.
The Health Topics section on healthfinder.gov is built with content, images,
HTML code, and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). The content will use the CSS from your
site, if you added it within the admin interface. If you do not provide a path to
the CSS on your site, it will show up in the default style. The purpose of content
syndication is to provide you with just the content so you can customize it (with
your own CSS) to fit inside your Web site template, giving your audience a seamless
user experience. We do provide you with the images embedded in the content, but
we do not provide the tabbed navigation as it appears on healthfinder.gov.
I've embedded the code into my page, but I'm seeing scroll bars around the content.
How can I get rid of them?
You'll notice two attributes in the iframe tag you've embedded into your Web site:
height and width. Each of these has been set to a default "100%." You will need
to add the correct values for these two attributes in order for the content to display
correctly within your Web site template. You may want to use fixed pixel lengths
rather than percentages in order to have the content appear as you would like.
What is the maximum width and height of the content syndication feed?
The width and height of the feed varies slightly based on the amount of content
in the topic. You should have no problem fitting the content into your template
once you input height and width values into the iframe tag. We suggest you carefully
click through each topic to check the look and feel of the content syndication feed.
Is the iFrame code Section 508 compliant?
You will notice a link within the content syndication feed that says "Accessible
Version." This link takes the user to the Section 508 compliant version as it appears
on the healthfinder.gov Web site. The link opens in a fixed sized window above your
Web page, giving the user easy access back to your site.
I've uploaded and saved my cascading style sheet, but I can't see the changes. Why
In order for the style sheet to work, it must be accessible to the public (on a
publicly accessible Web site, for example). The style sheet will not work if you're
pointing to a development site that is only available to those behind your firewall.
The style sheet must also begin with "http://" and end with ".css".