I Have a Very Very Very
BIG Website!

Do You?

I am enthusiastic about a lot of things, I write about all of them, and I put most of what I write up on webpages. I have been doing this for seven years, since I discovered the Internet. (No, I didn't invent the Internet, I just discovered it.) Anitra's Web now has almost 2000 pages.

I've seen some other Very Big Websites out there, too.

You know, if we all got together in one webring, we could have ALL the webring traffic! Nobody would have any time to go anywhere else!

How Do I Join the Ring?

When you press the "Join" link you will be taken to a form to fill out :

-> JOIN <-

If you are not currently a member of Webring, you must join before filling out the form. Membership is free. Webring does not spam you. And as a member, you can create or join any number of rings and manage them all from one center.

You will be sent an email containing the code you need to install on your page to be an active part of the ring. This will initially display a link to the ring hub page with the message "Pending." If, after reviewing your site, I add it to the ring, this will change to display the full set of ring navigation code. If for any reason I deny your application, the link to Very Big Websites will simply disappear.

If you have not installed the ring navigation code on your webpage before I add you to the ring, your page will remain in "suspended" status until you do. You will not be getting traffic from the ring until visitors can navigate through your page to the rest of the ring. Fair 'nuff?

Some members, especially those who use AOL, may find it easier to get the webring navigation code off the web. If you need the Javascript code for the navbar:

Lynx (text-only) and some older graphic browsers, however, cannot use Javascript. For this reason, I used to ask members to use HTML code in addition to, or instead of, the Javascript code. However, Webring.com has remembered the NOSCRIPT tag. Browsers that cannot use Javacript will, instead, use everything between the NOSCRIPT and the /NOSCRIPT tags.

The current coding between those two tags provides a link to a page that will display all your navbars. If you want to display the navbars directly on the current page, you can use the HTML version of the navbar.

To get the HTML navbar, follow the above steps, but when you get to the page displaying the SSNB code, scroll to the bottom and click the word "here" at the end of the sentence "Members who wish to use the HTML version of this nav bar should go here."

If you use the Javascript code, the navbar for each new webring you join will automagically appear in the "stack" and if Webring or I make any changes to the ring code, they will be also appear automagically. If you use the HTML form, you will have to manually insert the HTML navbar for each new ring, and change it yourself if there are any changes to the code.

You can find additional help at my Webring Management page.

New to webrings and want more information? See My First Ring.

Maintaining Your Site in the Ring

The Webring magic cannot work without you. You are the only one who can keep your site information current. If you move your page, change your email address, or make other updates that affect navigation and communication in the ring, you are responsible for logging in to Webring and updating your information.

Site ID#:  

If you are using the Javascript code, any changes I make to the webring navigation bar will be automagically reflected on your page. If you choose use the HTML option, you are responsible for updating your page if the ring navbar changes.


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