Mirrors of My Wazillion Stack
This section of my website holds my reference information about the old Yahoo! WebRing system. The Yahoo! WebRing system no longer exists. On 12.Oct.2001, Yahoo! announced that it was leaving the webring business. The Yahoo! WebRing system was "spun off" and new operates as the WebRing.com system. See my section on the WebRing.com system for the latest information.
This page provides links to those ringmasters who have chosen to mirror my Wazillion Navbars stack.
What is a stack? And what is a wazillion?
Prior to 05.Sep.2000, before Yahoo! WebRing did away with the Original WebRing system, webrings were controlled by custom, personal, aesthetically designed sets of HTML control panels.
After The Assimilation, Yahoo! WebRing introduced the navbar.
The navbar is a plain, ordinary, uniform set of HTML that provides links to Yahoo! WebRing, to the Yahoo! WebRing page for the particular webring and to other webring members.
These navbars are placed onto a members page in stacks: one navbar on top of another.
The obvious question was:
So, I set out to find the limit.
Turns out the limit is 168. When I got to 169, the navbar stack disappeared.
Now I keep one stack with approximately 168 navbars.
It is my small way of proclaiming the max.
Ok. 168 is a pretty small number to be a wazillion. But in this case, it will just have to do.
If you decide to mirror the stack, or need information on how to do so, please write me.
Mirrors of Wazillion Navbars
Following the transition from Yahoo! WebRing to WebRing.com, I eliminated the maximum navbar stack. All of these mirrors are now gone. A sincere thank you to all of wonderful people who loaded mirrors on there site to publicize the issue.
Jock Dempsey's Mirror of Wazillion Navbars: This page mirrors my Wazillion Navbars stack. Thanks Jock! Jock also hosts his own webrings using the Ringlink system at rings.anvilfire.com. ( rings.anvilfire.com/wazillions.htm )
Mog's Mazillion Navbars: Mirrors my Wazillion Navbars stack and includes some of her own. ( http://web.archive.org/web/20010418224037/http://www.moggie.f2s.com/navbarwz.html )
Richard Lowe's Mirror of Wazillion Navbars: This mirror illustrates some of the significant problems of text/background color combinations. ( www.internet-tips.net/Advertising/Webrings_wazillion.htm )
The Wazillion Navbars Project
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 WebRing.com System
This subsection includes specific information about the WebRing.com system.
While not the only webring system on the net, it is the best known and the most used. I own many webrings in this system and belong to many webrings in this system. (I also own and belong to many webrings in other systems as well.) 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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