Pilot E-Text WebRing
E-Texts for the 3Com PalmPilot!
The Pilot E-Text WebRing is a group of web
sites dedicated to publishing documents for the PalmPilot. While there are already two general
purpose WebRings for Pilot users, both rings have become so large that
we felt a ring just for E-Text sites would a big win for Pilot users
and for our Webmasters.
Given the complete botch job Yahoo has done with the old Webring.org
I'm being very selective about adding sites to that system. I've created
a new ring on the ringsurf.com system. New sites are going to added
and current sites are encouraged to move over.
Yahoo released webring.org from thrall
years ago. I haven't done much to update this in the mean
time. Standing Goal is to convert these to both EPub and
unencrpyted Mobi format and post those as well.
|To see a list of all the sites in
ring, click here.
||To go to a random site in our
|To ask the RingMasters to add your
site to our ring,
|To learn more about WebRings,
Notes for Webmasters who would like to join
Note to HTML Gurus: If you are
with WebRings, you are probably aware that they offer a number of
which aren't listed in the above code fragment. If you choose to add
features to your page, you may - but only as long as the main graphic
other features of WebRings:
This WebRing is only open to those sites
which offer e-texts for the PalmPilot, or which offer software for
e-texts on the PalmPilot. Your site needs to be more than just
collection of links to other sites. Final decision on who may join
WebRing rests with the RingMaster.
The RingMaster reserve the right to
sites from the ring if they fail to follow these guidelines.
If you would like to join, use the link
above to submit a request. The request will ask you for an e-mail
and the URL of your Pilot E-Text pages. You will be assigned a ring
At this point you should make copies of
the following three graphic images and add them to your web site:
Some alternate graphics.
You must use these graphics. You may
the colors if needed, but they must be immediately recognizable as
Pilot E-Text graphics. With other WebRings there has been a problem
inconsistent graphics causing confusion for the end users. By using
same graphics on all our member pages, we hope to make our ring as
to use as possible.
If you do use Frames, any link to
site in the ring must leave your frame. If you don't know how to do
let me know and I'll
you the code.
You will also have to copy the following
HTML fragment and place it prominently on the same page you
specified when submitting your request. Please do not specify one web
your request and then place this HTML fragement on a different page.
the graphics, this is important for making life easy for our users.
shouldn't have to search your web pages looking for the ring
the HTML code:
<IMG SRC="larrw.gif" BORDER=0
<IMG SRC="etext_ring.gif" BORDER=0
HEIGHT=59 WIDTH=56 ALIGN=ABSCENTER></A>
<IMG SRC="rarrw.gif" BORDER=0
This fragment can be immediately
into your own HTML for your home page. Where ever you see the words
replace them with the id number you got when you submitted the page.
Within a day or so of your submitting
your request, the RingMasters will visit your site to verify that
correctly added the HTML fragment and graphics to your web pages. If
have, he will then activate your membership in the WebRing.
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