Yes, I'm interested in including a selection of articles for people to view when they visit my site.
We don't provide original content nor do we provide news syndication services. If you want to copy articles to your own site, then you'll have to get permission from the copyright holders. Many site owners find it easier to hire freelancers to write original content.
Hello, I have added a widget for a news app on my site. However, is it possible to set it up so that when someone clicks on a link to an article, it does not link off my site? I don't see anyplace... more
Thanks for the reply and my apologies, I thought I was clear. Yes, I'm interested in including a selection of articles for people to view when they visit my site. But I don't want them to leave my... more
Re: Linking off site YourWebApps.com Support,Tue Jun 24 04:09
This may be a moot point now, but just to illustrate my point earlier, if you click on this link for Slate, you'll see as you scroll down and to the right that there is additional content provided -- ... more
Actually, when I click on the Newsweek articles, it navigates away from Slate to Newsweek's site. I think what you are asking for is when someone clicks on an article in the NewsApp aggregator is for ... more
Yes, that's exactly what I've been asking for. Thank you for recognizing this. No one is going to want visitors to their site to click on a link and navigate away -- they want them to be able to... more
Dear Mr. Apicella, I have implemented the feature that you requested. If you go to your NewsApp widget maintenance page, there's a checkbox labeled "Open link in new window". If you enable it, then... more
Sean, Thanks for the update and willingness to check into this and find a solution. I have checked out the widget and it seems to function fine. I'm sorry I did not make this clearer early on, but I... more