Using Webbits.org is very simple. Every page on our site includes 2 different clusters of information on a particular topic, product, or service. These are called Webbit Clusters, and in each Cluster there are 6 sub-headings listed A-F. Proceeding each lettered sub-heading is an individual Webbit. See below for clarification;
Page/Webbit Cluster/Subheading Letter
The Subheading letter identifies the actual Webbit.
Each Webbit holds a particular string or sentence regarding the subject matter of the cluster and the page. Each Webbit can be amended (changed/edited) by users at any time. If a user wants to amend a Webbit, they must submit the form on the page, identifying the Webbit in the following structure.
Each Webbit is identified using the correct structure;
- Webbit Page Title (found above the introduction and clusters)
- Webbit Cluster (corresponding number 1 or 2)
- Webbit Letter (corresponding sub-heading letter A through F)
To reference a specific Webbit users must use the correct structure as described above.
Example: To specify a Webbit on a page that is about Golden Retrievers you would use this syntax like this;
So the words Golden Retrievers separated with a hyphen represents the page title on the Webbits.org site. The number 2 represents the Webbit cluster on the page, and the letter F represents the exact Webbit itself. In a bullet format, see below;
- Golden-Retrievers = title of page
- 2 = Webbit cluster
- F = specific Webbit
How to Amend a Webbit
To change, alter, amend, or update a Webbit, fill out the submission form on the page where the Webbit resides, using the above format for identification purposes. Fill in all the fields and click submit. Your amendment will be reviewed, and if found to be correct, the Webbit will be updated as per your submission.
How to Add a Webbit
To add a Webbit, identify the cluster where you want the Webbit to reside in the comments field using the correct structure as above.
How to Remove a Webbit
To remove a Webbit, fill out the fields identifying the exact Webbit you want removed. Your submission will be reviewed and the Webbit in question may be removed. If you are a webmaster (or company) who wants a Webbit removed because it is a sentence or string originating from your site, use the same process please.
Be sure to include;
- the Webbit identifier (as described above) that points out the content you claim to be yours
- the URL of the page on the Webbits.org domain that holds the content you claim to be yours
- the URL of the page on your domain that you claim holds the originating content
We act quickly on emails from others who claim Webbits.org is utilizing their original content, and we investigate quickly. If your claim turns out to be factual, your content will be removed immediately. If your claim is found to be inconclusive, the content will remain. Read more in our terms of service.