Keeping your site's information current.
If you change your URL please make sure you either change your site at Web Ring or
contact me There will be no broken links in the Regency Ring! - (you will be out of the Ring completely
and your Site ID number will no longer be yours.) You can apply to rejoin, but it is much easier to
Keeping your site's information current. If you change your URL please make sure you either change your site at Web Ring or contact me There will be no broken links in the Regency Ring! - (you will be out of the Ring completely and your Site ID number will no longer be yours.) You can apply to rejoin, but it is much easier to stay current.
If your site meets these criteria then Join the Ring by filling out the Yellow shaded form in the next column
Join the Regency Ring
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IntroductionThis web-ring was designed to link sites on the World Wide Web which are related to the Regency or Georgian Period of history - basically from 1745 to 1820.
It's free. It's easy. Its Quick. And it's the best way to bring more visitors to your homepage and to make it easier for people navigating the web in search of this information by linking together locations which share a similar theme. If you are unsure if your site qualifies then don't hesitate to E-mail me.
It only takes a few moments to join, but will make a difference in your site's traffic. The Regency Ring also has a dedicated monthly e-letter, The Regency Ring Update, which anyone can subscribe too. All Regency Ring sites may contribute information on events, changes to their websites, or other Regency related information to this e-letter. There were about 500 subscribers of this e-letter as at November 2000.
There are only 4 steps to join your site to the Regency Ring - all very simple.....Here's how......
STEP 1:Fill out the following form
Submit your site to The Regency Web Ring by filling out the follwing form. Please note filling out the form does not automatically insert your site to the ring. To ensure that all sites conform to the topic of the ring each site will be checked by the ring mistress first.
It sounds harsh, but it isn't. We just want to make navigation easier for web-users, and preserve the integrity of the ring for other ring-members.
STEP 2:You will be emailed with your details
You will receive your unique site ID number in your e-mail. Please write this down and try not to lose it! You will need your site ID number to make any modifications, or to quit the Ring.
STEP 4:Contact me
When you are done,email me (Anne) and ask me to add you to the Ring. Be sure to send me your URL in the e-mail message.
NOTE: Wait until after you have pasted the new information on your web page as I will have to visit your homepage to verify that your Ring links are functioning before I add you!
You should then receive another e-mail letting you know you've been added. I will try to do it within 72 hours of receipt.
After you've been added, you should be able to navigate the entire Ring until you make it back to your own website. Simply keep clicking on the "Next" arrows at each ringmember site until you return home to your own. Happy traveling!
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Please don't forget, in the event you ever need to modify your Ring info (change either your URL or e-mail address):