Art of Elegant Eggs Ring was created in February of 1997. It was created to show the best of the best Egg Art sites. If you think your site has something wonderful to contribute to the Art of the Elegant Egg please join me and all of the other artists on the net who dedicate a bit of their life to the creation of beautiful things.
If you are interested in joining read over the rules.
There are a few rules for this ring.
If your site has foul language, adult content, violence etc do not submit you will not be added to the ring. The ring is for the artists that specialize in egg design. If however a site does slip through that does not fit these guidelines please E-Mail me and that site will be removed.
- You Must have the Html fragment on your page before you will be
inserted into the ring. It must be easy to find so I don't have to search for it.
It does not have to be on the front page, but you must have a link to your rings
on the main page. After you have the code up E-mail the RingMistress
of Elegant Eggs and ask to be added to the ring. Be sure to include your
Site ID Number in the e-mail message. I will want to look at your page
to make sure it is in compliance with the rules and make sure the Elegant Eggs
fragment is on your page and is operable.
- After checking out your page, the RingMistress will take your Site Id
Number and use it to add you to the ring. You should then receive an
e-mail telling you you've been added.
- That's it! You should now be able to navigate the entire ring until you
make it back to your own page, that may take a bit of time as the ring grows
larger. 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
If you are already part of the Art of Elegant Eggs Ring, and
need to edit your site's attributes (Url, your e-mail address, site description, or password), enter your site Id and password below:
When you hit the Log In button you will be taken to a page that will allow you to edit your site information. It is important to keep this information currant as if your address changes the ring will not find you even if you move your code.
Save a copy of the two Egg Ring graphics you see below.
The one on the left is called eggsr3.jpg
and the one on the right eggsr4.jpg
with your, newly acquired
The code, set up specifically for your site will be on your edit page as you sign up. It will also be sent to you in an e-mail along with your site ID and Password. Be sure to keep this information in a safe place.
Add the code ring to your webpage with the graphics in place and
back with your exact URL where the ring code will reside. I will check out your site to make sure everything is working and you will be added to the ring.
The actual ring will look like this:
The Graphics were supplied by
If you encounter difficulty E-mail me your:
Site Address and Site name....
and I will get it entered for you and back to you with further instructions.
For those of you who are very new to the net here is a step by step of the process to join this ring.
Fill in the form above.
Hit join button:
A window will pop up that will have a ring code that can be placed on your site.
Or you can copy the code above and simply fill in the red areas with your information.
Starting at the:
~~ begin elegant eggs html fragment~~
and ending at the:
~~ end elegant eggs html fragment~~
Hilite that area.
For those of you who are new you do that by placing your pointer at the beginning of the first holding down your mouse key and dragging to the end of the last
you then go up to edit.........copy
you place your pointer in your webpage document where you want the ring to sit and go edit paste...........voile!....if you have done this properly your code should be in the right place.
right click on each image....it will give you an option to select "Save Picture As"....and allow you to save it to any directory you choose....saving to your desktop is usually a safe place and easy to find until you can park them somewhere else.
Print these instructions out....its much easier to follow a paper than switch from window to window while you try and do all of this
I always save the code on a wordpad document just in case I flub up.
Good Luck!! And Welcome!!
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