Using QuickSub To Make It Easier For Your Visitors To Subscribe To Your Feed
by: Allan Burns
Please note that in these examples I have used square brackets instead of angled brackets.
First you need to copy some code to call the CSS file. Add this line with your head tags.
[style type=’text/cssก] @import กquicksub.cssก; [/style]
Then copy this code into the body of your page.
[div id=กquickSubก style=กposition:absolute; visibility:hidden; zindex:1000;ก onMouseOut=’return timeqs();ก onMouseMove=’return delayqs();ก][/div]
Then where you want to use QuickSub place this code in the body of your page.
[a href=กhttp://www.sitename.com/rssfeed.xmlก onmouseout=’return timeqs();ก onmouseover=’return quicksub(this, กhttp://www.sitename.com/rssfeed.xmlก);ก]Your link text here[/a]
About The Author
Allan is the webmaster at NewsNiche an RSS resource for webmasters. Learn how to use RSS to attract and retain visitors to your site.
This article was posted on April 21
by Allan Burns