The ideal behind a web ring is that when a visitor visits one ring site they are given the option of linking up to other related sites on the ring.
This process can be done without this kind of system by simply having each page owner link their site to the next. However, when somebody wants to join the ring, someone has to edit their page to point to the new page. Eventually, when pages disappear and servers go down, it becomes more and more difficult to keep the ring intact.
A web ring provides a solution to these problems. When you join a web ring, the HTML code on your homepage never changes. Links point to a special CGI script that sends people to the next (or previous) site in the ring. Because the ring database is located in one central location, sites can be added and removed quickly and easily.
Here is a fully functional example of how the ring works. Go ahead and try it out.
YOUR SITE NAME HERE
click here to join the ring
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To add your site to the Parts Ring fill out the following form. After submitting your information to the queue you will be given some H.T.M.L code. COPY and PASTE this code to your HOMEPAGE. A copy of your code will also be sent to you via email. You can edit your site information at any given time by simply typing your I.D# and password in the provided fields at the bottom of this page.
Before your site is admitted to ring, you will need to set up your page. Once this is done, someone in charge will add you to the ring. (IMPORTANT) None of the links will work untill your site is actually added to the ring. This process could take up to 24 hours. Please be patient.
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