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Copy navigation code to personal website?
I would like to copy and paste my Navigation code to my html source anywhere on the website. Except the directions for linking my website and the webring seem so vague to me.
I know how to copy and paste. But what is an html source?
Also, how does one adjust their browser? What is a browser? Hope that someone can help me. Don't know who to ask Tech support for my ISP didn't have a clue. Thanks, sophiamgolden
One of the best places to get answers to your WebRing questions is: http://wrug.cjb.net/, especially the "newbies" section.
For help with the website source code questions, there are many excellent rings with sites that can help. Check out:
what is an html source?
What is a browser?
Hello and welcome.
You may be building your website using a web based tool. What you may not realize is how it works "under the covers".
Let's start with the "browser". Your browser is (usually) Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator. If you are an AOL user, you may be using the browser built in to AOL. The browser is the tool used to access the web. The browser is the tool that shows you a web page.
What you may not realize is that the web page you see is NOT the "real" web page. The web page you see is just a "rendering" of the "real" web page. The real web page is a list of commands called HTML (HyperText Markup Language).
If you are using Internet Explorer you can easily see the HTML for any web page. Just click on "View / Source".
This is the "real" web page. It is the "html source."
The codes used for webrings go there. In the "html source".
Those of us who use other tools like Dreamweaver and FrontPage, or who code "right down on bare metal" with Notepad, are typically more familiar with the source than people who use a web based tool to work on their web page.
So . . . how does a new person get help.
Well, you've posted here. That is a great start.
Andrea also has a website with lots of information. You can find her site at
The prior help posting also noted these two webrings that can offer HTML help:
Many of us also have help pages about webrings on our site.
I have some help pages I set up here:
Finally, by posting here you can tap a network of people willing to help you directly, via email, forums, IM and even telephone.
Thanks for posting.
Let us know how we can help you more.
James S. Huggins
to contact me: http://JSH.us/webringemail