Public health media library system handbook. Version 1.3
Corporate Authors:Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.)
Description:Introduction -- What is Content Syndication? -- Why do I need Content Syndication? -- How do I Syndicate Content? -- What are some of the Benefits of Registration? -- How do I Register? -- Why do I need Badges for my site? -- How do I syndicate Badges?; Examples of Badges -- Why do I need Buttons for my site? -- How do I syndicate Buttons?; Examples of Buttons -- Why do I need eCards for my site? -- How do I syndicate eCards?; Examples of eCards -- Why do I need to subscribe to a Feed? -- How do I Subscribe to a Feed?; Example of a Feed -- Why do I need syndicated HTML Content? -- How do I syndicate HTML Content?; Example of HTML in Syndication -- Why do I need Images for my site? -- How do I syndicate Images?; Examples of Images -- Why do I need Infographics for my site? -- How do I syndicate Infographics?; Examples of Infographics -- Why do I need a Microsite? -- How do I syndicate Microsites?; Example of a Microsite -- Why do I need syndicated PDF Content? -- How do I syndicate PDF Content?; Example of a PDF -- Why do I need Videos for my site? -- How do I syndicate Videos?; Examples of Videos -- Why do I need Widgets for my site? -- How do I syndicate Widgets?; Examples of Widgets.
The purpose of the Public Health Media Library System Handbook is to assist you in supporting your local health media digital activities. We have created a free and easy way for you as public health partners to expand your public health impact with high quality media and science-based content. You may incorporate our Web content, images, video, audio, data, and infographics into your own site with content syndication through our Public Health Media Library System.
The Public Health Media Library System Handbook is organized as a series of reference sheets. Each sheet describes the content, for example, “Why do I need a Microsite” tells you why you need that content, and finally tells you how to get it. We have included Reference Sheets for the following media types.
• HTML Content
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