This is the News Manager Lite version 3.5 viewing options page.
You won't link to this page...instead, please click on the following links to compare the available visitor-side viewing options. When you have found your preferred view(s) you simply link to them, or in the cases of the last 4 options, paste the appropriate include statement into your existing page. (The include statement may need the path modified depending where your original page resides.) And, it's implemented - your current news will appear on your site from now on!
All Articles (Implement this page with a direct link.)
Click the All Articles title above to see this news view. Link to this URL for a full-page news view that lists all available articles (all categories and any date). Paging helps your visitors find their news quickly.
Categorized Articles (Implement this page with a direct link.)
Click the Categorized Articles title above, to see this news view. Link to this URL for an organized view of your articles, by category. You can even have the same article in more-than-one category.
Article Search (Implement this page with a direct link.)
Click the Article Search title above, to be taken to a category search, where you can search for articles based on your desired query.
With RSS you can have your articles incorporated into newsreaders and web logs - on sites other than your own! Click this title for a description of how to use this feature.
Side Headlines (include)
You can include your most recent headlines and full article links, on the right-side of your existing asp page. (Lines separate the articles; the news is not moving.) Simply paste this one line of code onto your existing asp page:
Click on the title Side Headlines to see this option in use.
Most Recent Headlines (include)
Your most recent news article headlines are listed on the left, with no lines separating them, and are not moving in any way. Add this to any asp page by pasting in this one line of code:
Click on the title Most Recent Headlines to see a sample implementation of this option.
Most Recent Headlines Scroller (include)
Have your most recent news articles scroll upward, from an existing ASP page on your site. (Text stops with mouseover.) Simply paste this line of code onto your existing page:
Click on the title Most Recent Headlines Scroller to see the news, when this file has been included.
Most Recent Headlines Writer (include)
This scroller appears to type your news headlines across your news window. You can implement it, by pasting this one include statement onto your existing ASP page:
Click on the title Most Recent Headlines Writer to see this option in a sample implementation.