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Article Library for Students, by Students

Give your publication a boost with no-cost, high-quality features from college students across the c

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Recommended Twitter Uses

Tweeting your way to social bliss

Creating forms with JotForm

Use this form-creating application to collect information from users. jpg

Publishing documents with

Take your print edition to an interactive level by publishing with

Broadcasting with LiveStream

Use this free software to live stream events from your computer.

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ReverbNation Local Music Widgets

Free Content for Your Music/Entertainment Section

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Free online application that allows you to easily create widgets from RSS feeds

Facebook Domain Insights

How to Set Up Facebook Insights for Your Domain

Claim ownership of your page to gain acccess to in-depth metrics

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Park & Homer Online Puzzles

Embed free online interactive syndicated puzzles that match the puzzles in your print

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GeoPage City Guide for Students

New Widget to Enhance Your Site and Generate Revenue

Live blogging with CoverItLive

Use CoverItLive for the ability to constantly keep your viewers updated.

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SeeClickFix: A Step Towards Citizen Journalism

Non-Emergency Community Reporting Widget Encourages Reader Engagement

Saving Soundslides to CP5

Making the most of audio-enriched photo slideshows in CP5

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Hulu Partner Portal

From TV Sitcoms to network news broadcasts, Hulu has free embeddable content for your site.

Helpful Blog Posts and Articles

Code Snippet: Hiding Images on Article Page

This comes into play when you upload a video to an Article Page, and want to tease the video on your home or section pages (especially useful in the Spotlight Element). Step 1: Create an Article with a Video Element. Step 2: Upload a related image to the Article under the "Main Image" area.

Tips for the HTML Element

Use the HTML to embed everything from widgets to YouTube videos

This article is an overview of best practices for the HTML element. Want to find out the best way to keep your custom HTML organized? Find out more about that and other general tips about using this element effectively.

Using CSS in College Publisher 5

A general overview of how to create and manage a local CSS document in College Publisher 5.