|The above form does not admit you to the ring yet.
You have to send an e-mail message to the Ring
Alpha & Omega Person once you have the ring HTML fragment and graphic posted to your web page.
HTML (HyperText Markup Language) coding fragments:
After you have filled in the form above, you need to add
one of the following HTML fragments to
Shortly after registering you should receive an e-mail message containing your
'customized' HTML fragment (that means that your site ID number is already
coded into the fragment). Simply 'cut and paste' this fragment into your
editor (with the 'word wrap' function turned off) and then post it to your web
page. Or, if you want to use one of the alternative ring set-ups see the HTML
fragments that are listed below.
The default HTML coding fragment you receive by email,
after being posted to your HTML document,
should appear on your webpage as per the example below:
This is the 'default' HTML fragment (or HTML 'coding') that you will sent
by email after completing the 'join' form.
Please 'right click' on the HBC Logo (Mac Users -
"click and hold") image to download and
save it as (hbc_logo.gif) to your own hard-drive
(computer); remember to upload the graphic to your server when you upload the HTML
document containing your customized coding.
If you have problems with the graphic not loading on your site - ensure
that the graphic in your server's directory is in the correct sub-directory
and in small letters as shown.
(If you need a 'fresh' copy of your customized HTML fragment for any reason;
simply complete the 'edit box' with your site ID number
and password - then 'copy and paste' the fragment that is displayed.)
Alternative setup - no graphic required!
This alternative coding fragment is designed for
those of you that do not have the capability (or desire) to download graphics
! To replace the default coding with this setup you will have to 'customize'
your site ID yourself, just follow the 'no fail' instructions. Get this coding here!
The Ringmaster reserves the right to refuse admittance of
sites to the ring
and to remove sites from the ring at any time, at their discretion.
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Most Recent Update: 17 January, 2002