Q: What's what in a post?
Q: Why does the order of the images change?
A: Image location is determined by our proprietary algorithm. The top 8 images on the main RecipeNewZ gallery page are Today's Special: the most popular recipes submitted within the past 24 hours. Newly submitted recipes appear immediately following Today's Special, and are given an equal chance to shine. All other images are automatically sorted by our algorithm based on their popularity.
Q: What are the Rules of Submission to RecipeNewZ?
A: In addition to our Terms and Conditions the follwoing rules of submission apply:
1. Each contributor can submit up to 3 recipes within any 24 hour interval.
2. Each recipe submission must:
3. A contributor cannot submit multiple recipes pointing to the same link.
- be associated with a specific original recipe post on the website the contributor has registered with RecipeNewZ;
- include a full link to the original post;
- include a photograph (no drawings or sketches) of the dish in the recipe, exactly as it appears in the original post, with a file size of up to 500 kB and a resolution of at least 250 by 250 pixels in a JPEG, PNG or GIF format;
- use English language for any descriptive material.
Q: I saw an image that does not contain food? Why is it there?
A: It should not be! All the images on RecipeNewZ must be photographs of dishes and must link back to the original dish recipe. If you see violations, please click on the folded corner (bottom right) of the recipe card. It will "flip" the card and give you an option to submit a problem report.
Q: I see a picture taken by me, but I have not submitted it.
A: Our Terms and Conditions require that the users submit only materials to which they hold the copyright. If someone submitted your photograph without your permission, please click on the folded corner (bottom right) of the recipe card. It will "flip" the card and give you an option to submit a problem report.
Q: I do not have my own food blog, but I publish my recipes on a shared community website. Can I use that shared website in my RecipeNewZ account and post my recipes from it?
A: Yes, absolutely, as long as you still hold the copyright to the recipes and the images you are submitting.
Q: I have 2 food blogs and would like to submit recipes from both. How can I do that?
A: Unfortunately at the moment each contributor can have only one website associated with his or her account. You can open 2 accounts - one for each blog.
Q: The recipe is not in English, how do I find the translation?
A: There are many free convenient online tools the will translate text or webpages for you. For example, you can use Google Translate. Simply paste the text or the page URL into the tranlation box and click on the blue Translate button.
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