What is acceptable content?
Anything about Second Life!
What is prohibited content?
Would I be comfortable viewing this content with my parents or children in the same room? Would I feel comfortable viewing this content if my boss walked up behind me while I had this content on my screen?
If the answer is no, then it is not acceptable for iheartSL.
If your blog posts contain any prohibited content, your site will not be considered for syndication or removed immediately.
- NO Adult or Mature content
- NO Hate speech – nothing advocating against a person or group of people based on immutable characteristics such as race, gender, sexual orientation or age.
- NO Copyrighted material
- NO Violent content
- NO Other illegal content
We follow guidelines similar to Google. See the Google’s Prohibited Content page for more information.
Can I submit my regular RSS link if ALL of my site is family-friendly content?
Yes. You can just use the regular RSS link URL for your site, if all of your site is family-friendly. Please review the prohibited terms carefully.
Can I still join if my site contains some prohibited content?
Yes, but you must provide the RSS link for the iheartslFeed category. Blog posts that are tagged with the iheartslFeed category on your blog will be syndicated to iheartsl. We will permanently remove any blog that purposely tags inappropriate content to the feed. Please consider if your post is in fact family friendly/PG before tagging it with the iheartslFeed category.
I’m not sure if my site contains prohibited content or not!
When in doubt, create an iheartslFeed category and submit a category feed URL.
How do I find my category feed URL?
Create a category called iheartslFeed on your blog, then locate the RSS link for that category.
Category Feed URL Structure for WordPress:
http://YourSite.com/?feed=rss2&cat=123456 (whatever your assigned iheartslFeed category is)
- Create the iheartslFeed category or submit the correct category number
Category Feed URL Structure for Blogspot, also called labels:
- Create the iheartslFeed label
Category FEED URL Structure for tumblr, also called search or tagged:
- Create the iheartslFeed tag or search label
If you know the Category Feed URL Structure for other services, please let us know so we can add it to this list!
What is an RSS link and how do I find it?
For example, the RSS Link for iheartSL.com is:
Find your RSS Link:
For WordPress – http://codex.wordpress.org/WordPress_Feeds
For tumblr – Search for ‘RSS’, the answer will appear
Still can’t find yours? Search the Support/FAQ section of your blog platform more information.
How do I insert cuts or <read more> links on my posts?
To insert cuts in WordPress:
Click the Insert More Tag icon to ‘cut’ your post wherever you want it to stop feeding to iheartsl.
Why have you not added my site to iheartsl.com?
Please allow up to 7 days for inclusion.
If it your site was not added, it did not meet the requirements listed for syndication or your RSS (feed) link is incorrect. Your RSS url needs to be easily located and functioning. If it is corrupted, we cannot syndicate your blog.
My site is listed on the blogroll but I don’t see my entries.
If your site is listed on the blogroll but you don’t see your entries posted on iheartsl.com, please do a search for your website before submitting a support request. Possible reasons for your site not feeding 1)Your RSS link may be broken or 2) You haven’t tagged posts to feed to iheartsl on your site’s category.
- Tip: Try searching for the title of your most recent blog post(s)
How many days are my posts stored on iheartSL?
iheartSL only feeds the most recent entries from your blog up to 30 days before the current date. After 30 days, your posts will be removed from our site.
How can I remove my site from iheartsl.com?
To remove your site from syndication on iheartsl.com, visit the support page and submit a request. We will remove your site from syndication promptly when asked.
Why was my site removed?
- Your site was inactive 60 days or more.
- Your RSS link is broken.
- Your site has prohibited content.
- Other reason(s)