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Registering enables you to syndicate content from the CDC. You’ll be asked to provide your organization and contact information. Your information will only be used to deliver the requested information or to give you access to your account. Upon registering, CDC will provide you with a unique Registration ID that you’ll use to syndicate content with.

Registration Complete

Thank you for registering for CDC's Content Syndication service. Your contact information will only be used to deliver the requested information or to give you access to your account. Your unique Registration ID is listed below. Please keep this ID around for use when syndicating content and to access the CDC Content Syndication site.

Sign In

Please Sign In below to get the syndicated code for any pages you’ve added to Your List or to view your account.

Forgot Registration ID

If you forgot or lost your unique Registration ID, please enter the email used when first registered. We’ll resend the Registration ID to the email on file.

Registration ID Request Processed

We have received your request to resend the Registration ID to the email address on file. Your request will be processed shortly.

Your Account

Your account information is listed below. If you need to update your account information, please contact us at IMTech@cdc.gov.

Lookup Results

Below are the lookup results from the URL entered. You can sort the list by clicking on the column heading. Click the page name to open the page in a new browser window and selecting the topic name displays all pages matching that topic. A navigation bar will appear that displays the list across many pages if the results contain many pages. Select Next link to view the next part of the list or the Back link to get back. You can choose a specific page number as well. To expand how many results appear per page, select the Result per Page option.

You can add individual pages by selecting the Add to List link next to the page or if you want to add all pages, simply select the Add ALL Pages to Your List link in the column heading. When you're done adding pages from these results, you can perform another lookup or select another topic to continue adding pages for other topics. If you’re done adding pages, select Your List to review the list and get the syndication code.

Your Syndication List

Below is the list of syndicated pages you’ve added. You can sort the list by clicking on the column heading. Click the page name to open the page in a new browser window and selecting the topic name displays all pages matching that topic. A navigation bar will appear that displays the list across many pages if you've added many pages to your list. Select Next link to view the next part of the list or the Back link to get back. You can choose a specific page number as well. To expand how many results appear per page, select the Result per Page option.

You can remove individual pages by selecting the Remove from List link next to the page or if you want to remove all pages, simply select the Remove ALL Pages from Your List link in the column heading. When you're satisfied with this list and want to get the syndication code, select the Get Syndication Code button below. Note that you’ll be required to Sign In to get the syndication code.

Your Syndication List Empty

Your syndication list is currently empty. You can find syndicated pages you are interested in below.

Advanced Lookup

Advanced lookup allows you to select from several options including topic, agency, language, and date made available for syndication. You can select more than one item for most options. For example, if you’re interested in H1N1 Flu and Seasonal Flu, select the checkbox next to both items. Click the Find Syndicated Button when you’re done with choosing the options.

Advanced Lookup Results

Below are the advanced lookup results. You can sort the list by clicking on the column heading. Click the page name to open the page in a new browser window and selecting the topic name displays all pages matching that topic. A navigation bar will appear that displays the list across many pages if the results contain many pages. Select Next link to view the next part of the list or the Back link to get back. You can choose a specific page number as well. To expand how many results appear per page, select the Result per Page option. Select the Back to Advanced Lookup link above to change your lookup criteria.

You can add individual pages by selecting the Add to List link next to the page or if you want to add all pages, simply select the Add ALL Pages to Your List link in the column heading. When you're done adding pages from these results, you can perform another lookup or select another topic to continue adding pages for other topics. If you’re done adding pages, select Your List to review the list and get the syndication code.

Topic Page Results

Below are the syndicated pages available for this topic. You can sort the list by clicking on the column heading. Click the page name to open the page in a new browser window. Select the topic name to display all pages matching that topic. A navigation bar will appear that displays the list across multiple pages if this topic contains more than one page. Select "Next" to view the next page of the list or "Back" to return to the previous page. You can choose a specific page number as well. To expand how many results appear per page, select the "Result per Page" option.

You can add individual pages by selecting the "Add to List" link next to the page; if you want to add all pages, simply select the "Add ALL Pages to Your List" link in the column heading. When you're done adding pages from these results, you can perform another search or select another topic to continue adding pages from other topics. When you’re done adding pages, click on "Your List" to review the list and get the syndication code.

Featured Topic Page Results

Below are the syndicated subtopics and pages available for this topic. Click the page name to open the page in a new browser window; select the topic name to display all pages matching that topic. Select the "More" link below each subtopic to see all the syndicated pages for that subtopic or select the "All" link to see all syndicated pages for this topic.

You can add individual pages by selecting the "Add to List" link next to the page; if you want to add all pages, simply select the "Add ALL Pages to Your List" link in the column heading. When you're done adding pages from these results, you can perform another search or select another topic to continue adding pages from other topics. When you’re done adding pages, click on "Your List" to review the list and get the syndication code.

Syndicated Topics List

Below is the list of all topics currently available for syndication. Select a topic to view its syndicated pages.

Request a Page to be Syndicated

You can request the CDC make a page available for syndication. Please enter your contact information and the specific Web page URLs you are interested in. Your information will only be used to confirm the request. When you have completed the form, select Submit Request.

While we will make every effort to syndicate the requested pages, we cannot provide a timeframe for when or if the Web pages will be made available for syndication.

Request a Page to be Syndicated Thanks

We have received your request to add CDC pages for syndication. The site will be updated as new pages are made available for syndication. Please check back periodically for updates.

Report a Problem with a Syndicated Page

If you see a problem with a syndicated page, please let us know. Enter the Web page URL and problem description below, then select Submit.

Report a Problem with a Syndicated Page Thanks

We have received your submission and appreciate the feedback.

Get Syndication Code

CDC provides two different methods for retrieving syndicated pages: client-side and server-side. Client-side syndication is easier and faster to implement, requires only html/JavaScript knowledge, and it’s the most popular method used to syndicate content. Server-side syndication is harder to implement and requires understanding of REST interfaces; however, it’s more flexible than the client-side method and gives you a greater degree of control for managing syndicated content.

Get Syndication Code Client-side

The client-side syndicated code for the pages you selected has been generated below. By default the output format is XHTML which is used by most; however, you can change the output format if desired. You can choose to copy the syndicated code and follow the instructions for each section or download the code that has been packed into one convenient file to the right.

Get Syndication Code Client-side Download

Download all the code from this page by selecting the Download Code link below

Get Syndication Code Client-side CDC.js File Instructions

Create a file on your server named "cdc.js". Copy the following JavaScript code and paste into that file. This file should be included in all the syndicated pages on your site. Please edit the mapping reference for each syndicated page. Enter your URL that maps to the corresponding CDC page.

Get Syndication Code Client-side Page Instructions

Below is a list of code snippets that correspond to each of the syndicated pages you selected. You need to copy each code snippet into a page on your site. Please edit the reference to the cdc.js to make sure that each syndicated page on your site includes the cdc.js file.

Get Syndication Code Server-side

The server-side syndication API and sample code for the pages you selected is provided below. By default the output format is XHTML which is used by most; however, you can change the output format if desired. You can choose to review the API and examples below or download the API and examples that have been packed into one convenient file to the right.

Get Syndication Code Server-side Download

Download the API and examples by selecting the Download API link below

 
 
  • Page last reviewed: September 15, 2009
  • Page last updated: September 15, 2009
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