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  • The first group ensures that your Amazon sites can be easily migrated between servers and restored.
  • The second group makes a slight change to the required "Support provided by" text for future production based on producer feedback. It also provides a clearer requirement for ad unit placement, stating that it must appear entirely within the first 600 pixels of the Web page.
  • The third clarifies the existing requirement that detailed production credits live on a dedicated page as opposed to a site's homepage.

Details below:

For policies at: http://docs.pbs.org/display/PX/Technical+Policies+and+Specifications

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IP Address

Sites may not assume that their IP addresses will not change. That is, if the IP address changes, the site must still function properly.

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Repeatable Amazon-hosted sites
Site should be "repeatable" on Amazon. That is, PBS should be able to back up the producers application directory and database, create a new machine, and the site should come up without any human intervention. All customizations must be automated using the boot.sh file which is run once upon server provisioning.

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For policies at: http://docs.pbs.org/display/PX/Sponsorship+Acknowledgment

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Support for pbs.org provided by:

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The unit must appear entirely within the first 600 vertical pixels of the Web page.

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For policies at: http://docs.pbs.org/display/PX/Editorial+Policies+and+Specifications in the Production Credits section:

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If your site includes site or program credits, they must be presented on a separate page and not on the homepage or section index pages. Proprietary credits (such as "A film by...") established in the program producer's contract are the only exception.

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