You are welcome to join the Antique Ammunition Webring, if you are a collector/buyer/seller of antique ammunition and related items, or an antique ammunition enthusiast in general, and your website reflects this. Related items can be shotshell boxes, cartridge boards, bullet boxes, cap tins, powder tins and the like. The antique ammunition can be a major or minor part of your website.
The purpose of this ring is to provide a link between antique ammunition websites, to make it easy for visitors to find as many antique ammunition sites as possible. Thereby increasing the exposure/visits for every participating site.
The webring is free, and is made possible by the WebRing.
This webring just started (12/98). It will be posted with all the major search engines. It is also listed in the Webring Directory.
It is easy to join. Just two steps: 1.fill in the submit form, 2.copy the webring banner (in HTML code) to your website. See instructions below.
This is the webring banner:
How to join:
1. Fill in following form and press send-button. It will take perhaps a day to get processed.
2. You will automatically receive a confirmation e-mail. You are now in the queue. Find the HTML code for the webring banner (bottom of e-mail), copy this code, and paste it into the HTML code for your website's homepage.
(Note: the e-mail will also contain your personal id-number. Remember this and your password - these are necessary for editing your site. Also, if you have problems with the HTML code, we can help you.)
3. Send an e-mail to the ringmaster email@example.com, requesting that you are added to the ring. (If unavailable, another member of the ring can add you.)
4. You will automatically receive a confirmation e-mail. Your website is now added to the ring.
Test that the webring banner functions ok.
How to edit:
If you have already submitted your site to the ring and would like to change your site's profile, just enter the information needed below.
Includes: How to leave the webring. How to move site from the queue to the ring (Click on queue).