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  1. What is MoneyWeb?
  2. How do I get my site listed in MoneyWeb?
  3. How do I change my site listing in MoneyWeb?
  4. What does the "@" symbol at the end of a link mean?
  5. A site used to be listed in MoneyWeb, but it's no longer there. What happened?
  6. How are links gathered for the MoneyWeb database?
  7. I like some of the images and resources used in MoneyWeb. Can I use them on my site?

Troubleshooting

  1. What kinds of errors should be reported to MoneyWeb?
  2. Where do I report links that are dead or have been moved?
  3. What should I do if I click on a link and get 'Permission Denied', or 'File not found'?
  4. Why can't I read Usenet news in MoneyWeb?

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  1. What do I need to know to get the best search results from MoneyWeb?
  2. How do I limit my searches to sites in specific countries?
  3. Can I use my own code to point to your search form?

Miscellaneous

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  2. What advertising opportunities are available on MoneyWeb?
If your question is not answered here, please contact our Service Division.


  • What is MoneyWeb?
    At the heart of MoneyWeb is our financial directory and search engine. We list international financial sites and categorise them by subject. Our engine searches worldwide automatically (No Refinement), however, users can narrow their search to sites in specific countries only. See our Search Help section for help using the search directory.

    MoneyWeb also provides a significant range of financial and other resources.  You can find more information here.


  • How do I get my site listed in MoneyWeb?
    To get a listing, you must have a web page or site. Once you have a URL (address) for your site, you should check to make sure that it's not already listed. The easiest way to check is to search for the URL that you want to add. If we don't have it, you can add it here.


  • What does the "@" symbol at the end of a link mean?
    The "@" symbol that appears at the end of a category means that this heading is listed in multiple places within the MoneyWeb hierarchy. Clicking on the heading will take you to the primary location in the hierarchy for that heading.


  • How are links gathered for the MoneyWeb database?
    There are two ways that links are gathered. Firstly, our visitors suggest sites by clicking on the "Add Your Site" function in the top control panel. At the present time, suggestions make up most of our entries, however we also "spider" the Web looking for new or notable sites and resources.  Once found, these sites are reviewed by our Content Team to make sure they are suitable to be added to the Directory.

  • I like some of the images and resources used in MoneyWeb. Can I use them on my site?
    We are happy for our visitors to use most images found in the MoneyWeb site.  To get them, all you have to do is click the right mouse button over the image, and choose "Save this image as" or "Save target as" from the pop-up menu.

    Other resources such as tools and calculators - even the MoneyWeb Directory itself - can be customised to match your site's design, or you can simply add a link to your site.  You'll find more details here.


  • What kinds of errors should be reported to MoneyWeb?
    Please report errors to us if a listing has moved or disappeared, if permission is denied, or if we have made errors in the title, description, URL, or classification of the link.

    Please don't report errors on sites that are not part of MoneyWeb.  These errors should be reported to the webmaster of that particular site.

  • What should I do if I click on a link and get 'Permission Denied', or 'File not found'?
    When you follow a link, you can get errors for several reasons. The site may be busy or temporarily down. This is not uncommon, especially on sites with very heavy traffic such as www.microsoft.com. Alternatively, the site may be private or for members only. You may need to join or pay a fee to get access.

    Of course, it's possible that you're getting an error because the site doesn't exist any more. If you think this is the case, please let us know and we'll remove it from our Directory.

  • Why can't I read Usenet newsgroups on MoneyWeb?
    When you follow news links such as news:alt.invest, in MoneyWeb, you need access to a local news (NNTP) server. If you're getting error messages such as "cannot talk" or "cannot locate host," you probably don't have your news server configured properly in your browser options.  Check your browser's help file or ask your internet service provider or systems administrator.





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