The WebRing.com System
The WebRing.com system being deployed following the announcements on Friday, 12.Oct.2001 provides this functionality.
This page describes this new functionality and explains how to use it.
Pretty clever, huh?
Think of these as the equivalent of <ignore> and </ignore>.
Consider this fictional code:
In the example above,
The WebRing.com System Hosted Page
Invoking the WebRing.com System Hosted Page
The "preassembled" page is referenced using a standard URL command in the WebRing.com system:
Putting These Together
The Standard Noscript Code
You do not need to use the "standard" code; you can easily construct your own using your Webring ID and stack U Number.
And, you can use this "noscript" code, even if you are still using the old Yahoo! WebRing navbar stack code on your pages.
I'm sorry. While I have long adopted webrings in the WebRing.com system, because of the Oct.2006 changes, I am no longer doing that.
However, please note that "deleting" your webring is a fruitless exercise. The system will just restore it and place it up for adoption.
Articles About the WebRing.com System
Webring Sections and Subsections
The Webring Section is a large section of my website. I have divided it into four major "subsections".
each "subsection" has it's own special "logo".
As you travel in the various subsections you will find, near the bottom of each page, links to pages within that subsection and also links to the other subsections. To go to any subsection, just click on the "logo" or on the text link for that subsection.
Webrings: General Information
This subsection includes general information about webrings. Webrings can be hosted by a variety of different services. This section deals with the overall concepts and issues, not with any one particular "brand" of webring.
The Wazillion Navbars Project
This subsection is a historical section about the Yahoo! WebRing system. It was begun during the early days of problems with the Yahoo! WebRing system in September 2000.
It ended when the Yahoo! WebRing system spun off into the independent WebRing.com system in October 2001. I maintain it for the historical record. Click here or on the graphic.
Webrings I Own and Belong To
This subsection shows all the webrings I own and links to all the webrings to which I belong. This includes webrings in Ringlink, RingSurf, Bravenet and the WebRing.com system as well.
If you are looking to join one of my webrings, this is a good place to start. If you wonder about the webrings I belong to, this is the place to go. Click here or on the graphic.
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