The Bouvier Ring
A webring allows sites with similar content to group together by linking them in a virtual circle (or ring). Interested visitors can move from one Bouvier site to the next with the simple click of a link. The Bouvier WebRing consists of sites created by Bouvier enthusiasts, breeders, owners, and friends. This diverse community has been created to encompass all aspects of the dogs we know and love.
From any page in the ring, you can click on the "NEXT" button to navigate through the ring of sites, the "NEXT 5" button to get a list of the next five sites in the ring, or "RANDOM" to navigate the web sites randomly.
If You have a website including info on Bouvier des Flandres, please join the ring!
Please read steps 1-4 before submitting your site!
Step 1: The guidelines
Step 2: Enter your page in the queue
If your page fits the general description above, fill in this form and click the "Add Me To The Queue!" button.
After submitting your form, a page should appear confirming your addition to The Bouvier Ring queue. It will include your Site ID Number, URL, Title, and Password. You will also be sent an email containing the same information. Once you have been placed in the queue, you will be able to complete the information required for the HTML fragment to work. If there is a problem with the form, or you did not get your confirmation, please let me know.
Step 3: Add the Bouvier Ring HTML fragment to your site's entry page.
You'll find the HTML and graphics needed from HERE
Place the HTML fragment and graphics on the page that the Webring points to. That way people will not need to search your site for the fragment when they visit your site.
If you need the HTML fragment mailed to you please ask - I can edit it to suit your site if required.
Step 4: Inform the Ringleader
After you have done Step #3, send me an e-mail as RingMaster, and let me know your page is ready to be included in the ring. Please include the SITE ID number you're given in the mail. I will check out your site once it is added to the queue, if the HTML fragment is up and the logo is on your page, I will add your site to the WebRing!
When you are added to the ring "officially" you will be sent a welcoming e-mail.
If you are already part of the Bouvier Ring, and you need to edit your site's attributes (URL, your E-mail address, site description, or password), enter your site ID and password below:
If you have any questions, suggestions or comments please feel free to express them. I would appreciate any feedback that will help improve The Bouvier Ring.
The Bouvier Ring is administered by Bouvierkennel Naavaparran, and is a part
of the WebRing, which was created by SageWeil in 1996.