En kæde af sites som deler et fælles tema.
a collection of sites that exclusively link from one to another, without linking to any sites outside of this group. A web ring is considered spam.
A group of sites which link to each other. These sites often place "Forward" and "Backward" links in the page footer for navigation between the sites.
An arrangement for finding web sites in which a group of people whose web sites all had some interest in common would provide links to a central server. That server would keep track of the web sites in the ring, so that a user could click on a "Next" button on one web site, and be taken to the next web site in the web ring. The theory is that people who are interested in the topic of one web site might also be interested in another web site on the same topic.
A web ring is a collection of subject-related websites. Web rings link sites with similar topics, allowing you to navigate from site to site.
A Web ring is a way of interlinking related Web sites so that people can visit ...
A Web ring is a group of related website that share their website content as Group, normally providing a large resource and insight on a particular topic.
a means for navigating a group of related sites primarily by going forward and backward.
a bunch of different sites all united by a common theme
a bunch of sites that have something in common and are all connected through a circular series of links
a chain of sites linked to each other with next and previous type of logos used in all participating sites
a chain of Web sites that can be visited, or toured, with a single mouse click
a circle of related web sites all linked together in an easy-to-follow pathway
a collection of links on a certain topic
a collection of pages or sites, with similar content, linked together in a circle, or ring
a collection of pages related to the same
a collection of related personal web sites, with links to each other
a collection of sites on a similar theme, linked in a circle
a collection of sites that are all linked via a running theme and a special piece of Web page code that allows you to move through the various member sites until you reach the place you started
a collection of sites which have similar content or related interests
a collection of sites with something in common
a community of pages with related content, organized into a circular ring
a community of Web sites linked one to another, so that visitors go from one site to the next until they return to the site where they started
a connected series of web pages with a common theme in which you will eventually end up where you
a connection between web sites of similar content
a continuous loop of web sites with Next and Previous buttons that take you from one site of the ring to the next
a free service that groups webpages of similar topics together, making them more accessable to anyone on the web
a grand cycle, a cycle that links entire hypertexts in a tour of a subject
a graphic placed on a website that allows visitors to travel from one related website to another
a group of different sites which are all linked together Native American Ring
a group of individual Web sites linked together for a common cause, purpose, theme or interest
a group of internet sites which share a common theme, interest or philosophy
a group of linked sites with a common theme or similar interest
a group of linked sites with similar subject matter
a group of related Web sites, all linked to one another
a group of related web sites chained together in a ring
a group of sites about the same topic
a group of sites joined together by a common interest
a group of sites on the internet which have related topics or themes - webmasters agree to exchange banners
a group of sites with a common interest that have linked together to form a ring
a group of sites with common interest or about a common subject on the World Wide Web that are linked together via their "ring navigation code" and identifying logo
a group of thematically-similar sites organized into a circle through the use of standardized 'Next' and 'Previous' hyperlinks
a group of voluntarily interlinked web sites whose owners registered with the organization
a group of web pages and sites, which all relate to Family, Genealogy and family history
a group of website owners that link all of their sites together and
a group of websites all sharing a common theme
a group of web sites connected through www
a group of web sites connected together in a specific order usually by placing a linked image on each member's page
a group of web sites of common interest or content (in our case sites that are built or owned by Bible believing Christians) that are linked together as a group in a circle
a group of web sites on a similar subject agreeing to link together
a groupof web sites on a similar subject agreeing to linktogether
a group of web siteson a similar subject agre
a group of web sites related by subject matter that link to each other by a shared HTML navigation banner (HTML fragment)
a group of Web sites related by topic
a group of web sites that have a similar focus or attract people of similar interests
a group of web sites that have something in common, and that are linked to each other
a group sites with similar subject matter linked together by a piece of HTML code
a handy little thing for joining together a mob of sites which have something in common
a linked circle of web pages that share a common topic of interest
a loose collection of sites which have a common interest and agree to link to each other
a mechanism that allows like-minded sites to link together
an association of similar web sites which exchange links with each other
an easily explored group of related websites that have a common topic and/or a common interest
an ideal way for Web users to find a wide variety of sites on a particular topic
an interconnection of sites, with active links back and forth from page to page
an Internet navigation tool that brings similar content pages from diverse Web sites into one location for quick access
a number of related web sites linked together so that you can move from one site to the next, eventually ending back at the beginning of the ring
a progam that you can use to help promote your web site
a quite different approach for collecting similar information together
a script that links sites in a chain, so the users can travel from Xena site to Xena site, forward or backward on the ring
a series of linked sites about the same subject
a series of related sites that link to one another, promoting traffic flow between them
a series of web sites connected to one another via a special link table set up for sites that fit a specific topic
a series of web sites with a common theme
a set of sites that are all linked to each other
a sorted collection of WEB documents with the same or a similar topic, linked by a HTMLfragment
a system that that interconnects sites that share the same topic
a unique internet tool that allows web sites with similar interests to link together through a common navigational system
a way for related web pages to be linked together so that visitors may visit pages on the same topic by simply clicking to the next page
a way of linking a group of related sites, so that visitors can easily move from one site to another
a way of linking up a number of web sites that are related by a common theme or interest
a way of linking Web sites that are related so that a user can move quickly and easily from one site to another
a way of linking web sites that have a similar theme this one being free knitting patterns
a way that related web sites (including web logs, or blogs, but really any kind of web site can connect people with similar interests
a way to find a series of sites on the Internet that are related to each other
a way to group pages of similar content together
a way to group sites of similar interest together in a "ring
a way to group sites with similar content by linking them together in a circle, or ring
a way to link many related web sites together
Consists of a "ring" of member sites about a specific subject. Each member site displays a logo on the bottom of its main page that provides a link to the next member site in the ring.
A set of Web sites about a single topic that are linked together in a circle using uniform "back" and "forward" links for easy browsing.
Web sites on specific topics or similar content often create these "rings" which usually include a rotating banner or link which is placed on each members site. The idea is this allows visitors to visit other sites within the members group when looking for specific content.
A group of Web sites on related topics that are linked to each other in a loop, allowing a user to take a circular â€œtourâ€ within a specific subject area.
A Web Ring is a chain of sites sharing a common theme.
a group of Web sites with similar themes linked together.