about us
opo
Hubble Public Talks
directions
maryland science center
media kit
credits





[BACK]

Putting HubbleSite data on your website ...

There are many ways that you can include HubbleSite press release information on your own website. Here are a few ways in which to accomplish this, in varying degrees of complexity.

Simple
You can grab the latest image from HubbleSite, and link it to more information on HubbleSite.
How: Place the following HTML code into your webpage:

<a href="http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/"><img src=
"http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/latest_thumb.php" width="80" height="80" alt="Latest News from HubbleSite" border="0" /></a>
Result: Latest News from HubbleSite


Just as Simple
Instead of just getting a plain image, and a generic link to the main news section, you could instead link in the following manner which will give you an image that has the title of the latest press release on it, and a URL that will take you directly to that release.
How: Place the following HTML code into your webpage:

<a href=
"http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/latest_pr.php"><img src="http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/latest_big.php" width="250" height="150" alt="Latest News from HubbleSite" border="0" /></a>
Result: Latest News from HubbleSite


Very Complicated

If you are programming savvy, and wish to pull information from our website and customize it to suite your needs, we provide a MyNetscape style RDF/RSS file. You can access this file and parse whatever data you wish from it. You can find this file at:
http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/rss.php

  [BACK]   [TOP]

search & index | about us | contact us | copyright