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ATTN:KERSHNee and RUTH

i wanted a site with all news and other kinds of writings main channels ,the this will take the reader to the sub channels ,then this will take the reader to the regions of the origin of the news ,say for example ,the u.s.a or africa a.t then clickin on the regions buttons will take you to the type of news in the channel that you wanted .the rest of it y,like pictures and videos and the res you will be filling themn for me for i may not know them all .Journalists will be contributing for the magazine free of cahrge ,we will need to provide them with typing ,registration ,aaccount s ,uloading facilities ,and everything that will make their stories or pictures and videos to reach on to the magazines main pages .

I HAD BEEN TALKING TO A STAFFMEMBER CALLED KRESSHNER AND RUTH.THIS MESSAGE IS AIMED AT THEM
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Hi Buldozer,

We cannot build your site for you. We are not a web design company and we do not have any staff available to build sites for people. All our staff work on developing our software, growing our business or supporting people with the process of building their own sites.

There are many web design companies you could try, but they charge a fee for their services. If you would like to build your own site for free we would be happy to help you by answering any questions you might have, but we have to stop short of actually doing it for you. This is the only way we can afford to make this service available for free to millions of people.

You can add an RSS widget to your site. This is how to add an RSS widget to your site:

1. Open the widgets folder on the sidebar to your right.
2. Drag and drop the "RSS feed" widget onto your page.
3. Click on "Edit" on the green widget tool bar
4. In the properties sidebar click on "edit your link"
5. A link editor will open up. You need to replace the default URL with a URL of a feed that you want. For example, pasting the following URL will create a Yahoo! News RSS feed: http://rss.news.yahoo.com/rss/topstories.
6. When you are done click "OK" in the link editor and then click "apply" in the properties side bar.

An RSS feed with automatically updated links on the subject of your choice will be added to your site.

Alternatively, you can easily add an RSS feed to your site with a widget from our Widgetbox Gallery, this is how:

1. Drag and drop a Widgetbox Gallery widget onto your page.
2. A dialogue box will open, search for 'RSS' to see all the widgets available.
3. Choose the RSS feed you would like to use on your site.
4. Edit your settings to customise your widget.
5. Click on the green 'Get Widget' button and it will be saved and added to your page.
6. Save and preview your page to view the widget.

This will provide you with news feeds.

At the moment only you can add content to your site so you will need to add a form or your email address to your site to allow people to send their information to you so that you can add it to your site.

I hope this information will help you get started.