Q: May I submit pages that are not my own?
A: Yes. If you have found pages that you or your students have found useful, please share this information with others who use our database.
Q: How can we get listed?
A: Input your URL above, then follow instructions. However, if we feel yours is not appropriate, we will delete it.
Q: Is there any fee involved?
A: There is no charge.
Q: May I submit more than one URL?
A: Non-commercial sites may submit as many direct links to appropriate material on their websites as they like. This makes it easy for users of our search engine to find what they are looking for.
Q: I would rather use a slogan or a site description instead of the page name or site name for the link "title." Is this OK?
A: No. All such submissions will be renamed or deleted.
Q: May I submit pages that are not in English?
A: No. Even if the topic is about studying English, if our staff cannot read the page, it will be deleted.
Q: I recently submitted a my webpage, but can't find it on your list. What happened? Where is it?
A: Here are a few possible reasons.
- If your page was appropriate for our database, then most likely it is still in the queue to be verified by one of our volunteers.
- Yours was rejected because it was unrelated to ESL, not in English or we felt it was unsuitable for our list.
Sites need to be related to studying English as a Second Language.
- Please don't waste your time and ours by submitting unrelated links.
- Our robots.txt is set so that your link will not be seen by search engines while it is on our "What's New" page.
- We delete links to pages that are not related to studying English as a Second Language or are not in English.
- Submitted links will not be seen by search engines until we have added them manually to our database, so you WILL NOT increase your ratings on search engines such as Google by submitting unrelated links to our list.