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- Option 1 - Dictionary Lookup Box
- Option 2 - daily content for your website
- Option 3 - RSS feed
- Option 5 - Dictionary Link
Option 1 - Dictionary Lookup Box
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Dictionary & thesaurus|
Option 2 - free content for your website
Option 2.1 - for most users
|Definition:||(noun) A chirping or creaking, as of a cricket.|
|Usage:||As night fell, the fritinancy of insects outside their open window grew loud enough to keep them awake.|
The Ajanta CavesThese caves in Maharashtra, India, discovered in 1819, are carved out of the side of a steep horseshoe-shaped ravine and contain remarkable examples of Buddhist art. They consist of chapels and monasteries dating from about 200 BCE to 650 CE, with magnificent frescoes and sculpture depicting scenes from the life of Buddha. Changes in Buddhist thought in what century made it possible for the image of the Buddha to become a focus of worship? More...
Kublai Khan Becomes Ruler of the Mongol Empire (1260)The grandson of Genghis Khan, Kublai Khan was a Mongol emperor who founded China's Yuan Dynasty and became the first Yuan emperor in 1271. In 1279, he completed his grandfather's conquest of China by overthrowing the Sung dynasty. He promoted economic prosperity by rebuilding the Grand Canal, repairing public granaries, extending highways, and encouraging foreign commerce. His magnificent capital at Cambuluc—now Beijing—was visited by several Europeans, including what notable figure? More...
Karl Marx (1818)Though largely ignored during his lifetime, Marx was perhaps one of the most influential figures in history. His ideas, particularly those he expounded in his two most notable works, The Communist Manifesto and Das Kapital, have become the core intellectual tradition for communism and socialism, and many scholars consider him the founder of economic history and sociology. His philosophy significantly influenced communist thinking for the next century. What anarchist was his enemy? More...
Dutch Liberation Day (2015)Liberation Day, or National Day, in the Netherlands celebrates May 5, 1945, the day on which the Nazi forces were driven out of Holland by the Allies. Although the Dutch had succeeded in remaining neutral during World War I, the country was invaded by the Nazis in May 1940 and rapidly overrun. The liberation of Holland in 1945 was an important step toward the subsequent defeat of the Nazis. Many Dutch cities hold special concerts on this day. Special commemorations are held in Amsterdam and around the country on May 5 each year, as well as on May 4, Remembrance Day. More...
True enthusiasm is a fine feeling whose flash I admire where-ever I see it.
Option 2.2 - image format feed
In some cases it is impossible to use active scripting on the web page. For example, Myspace.com does not allow scripts. In this case you can use plain image format below. Only use this format if you have to, script format is faster and more robust.
Option 2.3 - for advanced usersIf you need a full control over the layout please place on your page the following code:
An attribution link as shown in the example above is required.
Option 3 - RSS feed (for advanced users)
RSS feed is available at:
- Word of the Day.
- Article of the Day.
- Today's Birthday.
- Today's Holiday.
- This Day in History.
- In the News.
- Quote of the Day.
Step 1. Add the following code in the head of all your pages:
Step 2. Modify the body tag as follows:
That's it. Now when the visitors double-click any word on your site they will get an instant definition.