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Welcome to the "dinos" ring website. Webrings are used on the internet to group webpages with the same theme or topic together, making these webpages easily found by internet users looking for information based on that particular topic.

The "dinos" ring is primarily a link between dinosaurs that have an interest in mainframe and other 'obsolete' technologies.

How to Join The Ring

Here is how to join the ring. Firstly, read the rules below carefully and fill in the form below. After you have submitted the form, you will be emailed with a confirmation to your email address. The email will confirm your site id, name of your homepage, your homepage's url, your name and your password. At the same time, it will also have the dinos HTML fragment which you can customize after cutting and pasting it into your page. The customization should include substituting your name as the owner of the page and chaing the id=2 to be whatever ID you were assigned. You may also wish to change the picture that is used but try to use something associated with the purpose of the ring.

Secondly, email the owner of an existing "dinos" site and ask them to add you to the ring. Be sure to include your Site ID Number in the email message. They will look at your page to make sure it is worthy of addition and make sure the dinos HTML fragment on your page is okay.

After checking out your page, the existing "dinos" owner will take your Site ID Number and use it to add you to the ring. You should then receive an email telling you that you've been added.

You should now be able to navigate the entire ring until to make it back to your own page (although it may take a while). An easy way to make sure it is working is to go to the homepage of the person who added you and see if the next button takes you to your own page.

Before adding your site to the ring, please make sure it follows the rules stated below.

Submit Site Form

Site Title:
Site URL:

Please choose a password. (Don't forget it!!)
Keywords: Enter up to 20 keywords to describe your site.
Description: Enter a short description of your site.

Adding a Site to the Ring

Once you are a member of the "dinos" ring, you are allowed to add sites which are still in the ring queue into the ring.

Before you add any new sites to the ring, please make sure that the site has everything that is required, namely information regarding computers, and the proper HTML fragment for the "dinos" ring.

Type in their Site ID below and click Add

Their Site ID Number: 

Please check out who is waiting to be added in the ring queue.

Editing Your Information

Enter your site ID and password below:

Site ID:

Can't remember your Site ID? Take a look at the Index of sites for the ring to find yours (the Site ID will be the number listed next to your site).

Forgot your password?

This dinos Ring site is owned by a bunch of dinos.

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The "dinos" Webring is created and maintained by :
Chuck Hopf

©1998 Construction started on July 17, 1998 by the MadMonk