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CDC Announces New Web Syndication Tool

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has introduced a new tool to help you maintain content on your website. It's called Content Syndication, and it allows you to choose pages that have appropriate content from CDC and post it on your website.

November 20, 2009

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has introduced a new tool to help you maintain content on your website. It's called Content Syndication, and it allows you to choose pages that have appropriate content from CDC and post it on your website. This content fits into your template, so that the material looks and feels like the rest of your website, but CDC will update the page so that the responsibility no longer falls on you or your staff.

This service is being offered at no cost and insures that information on your site is provided by a credible source of information is updated in real-time. The catalog of pages available through syndication includes a variety of topics including H1N1, seasonal flu, chronic diseases, and emergency preparedness information. The languages available are English and Spanish.

For additional information, please visit CDC at https://tools.cdc.gov/medialibrary/. You will need to sign up. After that, you will be able to search the online catalog for materials you would like and download the syndicated code.

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