The Equine Rescue Stories Ring is for the linking of sites with equine rescue stories. What it is *not* is an animal rights ring, there are rings already in existence for those. If your web page has a personal story of a rescued horse, pony, donkey or mule, then you may submit your site for inclusion to the ring. Your site must have usable content. Just links or a couple pictures is not considered proper content. If it's a large site, it's preferred the ring HTML go on the submitted page, as I don't always have time to search your site for the code.
If your site meets all of the criteria, just submit the application form and you will be placed in the membership "queue." As soon as possible after your submission, the Ringmaster will review the web site to make sure that it meets the requirements for admission to the Ring. Before your site is administered to the ring, you will need to set up your page. When you have inserted the site code, email the ringmaster. Once this is done, someone in charge will add you to the ring. (IMPORTANT) None of the links will work until your site is actually added to the ring. This may take a few days, especially in summer. Please be patient.
Your Site's Description
Enter a short description of your site in paragraph format
(as opposed to "keywords", which is NOT a paragraph format).
WARNING : Please don't use your Internet access logon or upload
password for your Ring password. Think of a new password
that you're not using anywhere else!
You have two weeks from the day you request admission to get the code and
graphics added, this will be reduced by the length of time it takes to
get your site reviewed. Therefore, it is urgent that you plan to add
the code to your page as soon as you receive it. If you have not added
the code to your page within four weeks of your application, you will be
removed from the queue.
The Ringmaster reserves the right to approve and/or disprove of any and
all pending ring members. The Ringmaster also reserves the right to
dismiss any ring member at any time for any reason. Sites with affiliation
or links to IGHA or Horse Aid will not be accepted into the ring.
After submitting the above form, you will be notified via email of
your Equine Rescue Stories Ring
code. The HTML code containing your complete, personal fragment will
be included in this email. This code is to be placed upon the web
page of the URL you submitted, along with the logo for the Equine
Rescue Stories Ring. The logo is called er_webring.jpg and you should take
a moment to save this image now, by right clicking on it with your mouse and selecting
"save". Make sure you note what folder you are saving it in - it should be the same one that
contains the web page it will be on.
The following, is how the html fragment which you use to place upon your web
page will look. The code will be emailed to you upon completion of the above
form. If your email program will not allow html messages, you can get
the code from Web Ring edit pages for your membership. At the bottom of
the page is a sign in area to access Ring Surf's edit pages.
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The following, is how the html fragment which you use to place upon your web page will look. The code will be emailed to you upon completion of the above form. If your email program will not allow html messages, you can get the code from Web Ring edit pages for your membership. At the bottom of the page is a sign in area to access Ring Surf's edit pages.
Would you like to JOIN this ring?
Save this image to your directory
for use in your ring html. Image
name is er_webring.jpg
Email the ring master.