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Book Trade News On Your Site

Adding daily-updated b2b booktrade news to your website is easy with our specially tailored newsfeeds - firstly just decide which feed you want to use from the options below, then copy and paste the relevant code into your web page and straight away booktrade news headlines will appear on your website, helping you keep your customers informed about what's happening in the trade.

We currently offer our headlines either in RSS format or as one of four using Javascript to place news headlines on your site. If there isn't one that suits you, then please contact us to discuss your requirements - we can also provide headline newsfeeds in XML or as a simple TSV file, or tailored headlines for specialist websites requiring only a subset of our newsfeed.

The URL to use for our RSS feed is:

http://www.book2book.co.uk/externalnews/rss.xml   

Javascript options currently available are:

  • 20 headlines, with the full story opening in a new browser window - try it!
  • 10 headlines, with the full story opening in a new browser window - try it!

  • 20 headlines, with the full story opening in the same browser window - try it!
  • 10 headlines, with the full story opening in the same browser window - try it!

The code couldn't be simpler

Simply copy and paste the code of your choice from below into your web page, then see formatting tips for information about changing the appearance of your newsfeed

20 headlines, with the full story opening in a new browser window:

<TABLE class="b2bnewsheadlines">
    <TR>
        <TD><FONT FACE="verdana" size="-1">
        <P>

        <script src="http://www.book2book.co.uk/externalnews/en20nw.txt">
</script><noscript>To see the latest trade news, visit 
<A HREF="http://www.book2book.co.uk">Book2Book</A>
</noscript>
        </P></FONT>
        </TD>

    </TR>
</TABLE>

10 headlines, with the full story opening in a new browser window:

<TABLE class="b2bnewsheadlines">
    <TR>
        <TD><FONT FACE="verdana" size="-1">

        <P>
        <script src="http://www.book2book.co.uk/externalnews/en10nw.txt">
</script><noscript>To see the latest trade news, visit 
<A HREF="http://www.book2book.co.uk">Book2Book</A>
</noscript>
        </P>

        </TD>
    </TR>
</TABLE>

20 headlines, with the full story opening in the same browser window:

<TABLE class="b2bnewsheadlines">
    <TR>

        <TD><FONT FACE="verdana" size="-1">
        <P>
        <script src="http://www.book2book.co.uk/externalnews/en20sw.txt">
        </script><noscript>To see the latest trade news, visit 
        <A HREF="http://www.book2book.co.uk">Book2Book</A>

</noscript>
        </P>
        </TD>
    </TR>
</TABLE>

10 headlines, with the full story opening in the same browser window:

<TABLE class="b2bnewsheadlines">
    <TR>
        <TD><FONT FACE="verdana" size="-1">
        <P>
        <script src="http://www.book2book.co.uk/externalnews/en10sw.txt">

        </script><noscript>To see the latest trade news, visit 
        <A HREF="http://www.book2book.co.uk">Book2Book</A>
</noscript>
        </P>
        </TD>
    </TR>

</TABLE>

formatting tips

Feel free to adjust the font face or size in the code we give you to suit the appearance of your web site. Your web designer may also wish to use the following class selectors in an external cascading style sheet to affect the appearance of different parts of the newsfeed:

For the table containing the news:

TABLE.b2bnewsheadlines

For the headlines themselves:


SPAN.newsheadline

For the timestamp:

SPAN.newsdateline

Finally, please note that in order to view b2b headlines on your site your visitors need to have Javascript enabled - if they don't the "noscript" section of our code will allow them to follow a link to the b2b news pages or, if you change this code, to the page of your choice.







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