If you have no idea what The WebRing is all about, go to the homepage. This site relates to the Palmtop PC by Hewlett-Packard, but HP is not responsible for the content. The objectives of the HP Palmtop Ring are:
- Allow palmtop owners, users and wannabes to visit related web pages easily.
- Group palmtop-related web pages together in a virtual ring, with little maintenance effort.
The HP Palmtop Ring lets visitors browse any of the current members' pages with links to other pages. They can choose to visit a random site, the next site, skip to the next 5th site, back to previous sites, and so on. If the Ring turns out to be large, visitors can spend good time enjoying all these palmtop-filled sites! This also means that current members can be sure that they will get more visits, add newcomers to the Ring, and do not need to constantly change HTML code in their web pages.
The current maintainer of the HP Palmtop Ring is Teng-Yan Loke, which is myself. E-mail me if you have any comments, or if you want receive e-mail when this page is updated, go to this page.
- Sites to Use WebRing's Default Navigation Bar
- Existing members, please try to change to use the navigation bar recommended by Yahoo!, as it is simpler to maintain. It's just one line, wow! Scroll down this page to find out more.
- Palmtop Browser Friendly HTML Code Fragment
- Avi from D & A Software has informed me that the current fragment is not compatible with HV, which is one of the web browsers for the LX. Therefore, I intend to design a better fragment that is more friendly to such browsers soon.
- Consistency in the Ring
- It will be good if every member of the Ring use the required HTML code fragments and graphics, so as to avoid confusion. However, if you have suggestions for better code and/or graphics, send them to me via e-mail.
- Possible problem with HTML frames
- Refer to the criterion for joining the ring below.
Join the HP Palmtop Ring
To join the HP Palmtop Ring, your web page must fulfill the following criteria:
- must contain HP Palmtop-related content.
- must not contain offensive material which may provoke the general public.
- must contain the HTML code fragment described below in the specified site URL, or in the case of a site which uses frames, such that the fragment is visible at all times.
Please follow the procedures below:
- Click here (new window) to go the ring's homepage.
- Click the "Join This Ring" button and fill up the form. You will need to use your Yahoo! ID to join. Soon after, you should receive an e-mail with installation instructions.
- Include the HTML code fragment into your web page somewhere. It should look like one of the examples below. You may want to choose to use the code fragment which is designed to be compatible with palmtop browsers, as it does not use any graphics or unrecognized HTML tags.
- Send me an e-mail to add your site into the HP Palmtop Ring. Include your site URL and ID number in your request.
- When your site is added into the ring, you will receive e-mail notification about it. I will also visit your site to ensure that it fulfills the above criterion.
- As long as your site has not been added into the ring, it will remain in the queue for a few weeks after which it is removed from the queue entirely. In this case, you are wasting computation resources.
1b. Example Code Fragment
2a. Palmtop Browser Friendly
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2b. Palmtop Browser Friendly Code Fragment