Welcome to the Tropical Diseases Ring Homepage
This web ring is a free service dedicated to the Tropical Diseases resources. The Tropical Diseases Ring is the best way to explore the Tropical Diseases related sites on the Web. Just start at the right side with the mosquito showing next and you will go automatically to another Tropical Diseases site. There you will find the same possibility again (in case of problem use the "Next 5" link), and you can follow the ring just until you get back to your starting point! The number of participating Tropical Diseases sites will grow (May 11th: 62 active members), so return again. We hope these Tropical Diseases related sites will show you something new now and then.
Welcome to the Tropical Diseases Ring Homepage. Becoming a member of the Tropical Diseases Ring is an excellent way to increase your site hits.
If you know of another quality Tropical Diseases Page that should be part of this ring, let them know, about this Tropical Diseases Ring.
Requirements to join the Tropical Diseases Ring:
- your site/page is dedicated to Tropical Diseases or to medicine related to the tropical world (African Medicine, Parasitology, Public Health, Immunology, Research, etc.);
- your site/page must have something original (not only just a few links to other sites or pictures "stolen" from other sites);
- your site/page must be updated regularly, links must work, something new must be there once in a while;
- your entrance page must not be too long, or take much time to load, otherwise your page breaks the chain!
- if your page have a long entrance and you want to join, then place the images with links (first part HTML-code) at the top or somewhere in the beginning of your page and later again at the bottom.
All sites are subject to approval by the Tropical Diseases WebRing administrators who reserve the right to refuse or remove any site for any reason.
A site can be removed from the ring if:
- it breaks the ring and the webmaster doesn't respond to two notices;
- it doesn't display the required HTML code on the accepted page;
- it adds material (after the initial approval) that violates the above stated rules (otherwise, adding stuff is OK);
- it moves without advising the administrators of the new address.
In such a case, the site is moved back to the queue, the webmaster is notified (if the e-mail address is still valid) and given reasonable time to make all necessary corrections.
NOTICE: WebRing Administration collects personal information on your site. To learn more about how Web Ring use your information click here.
2. After acceptation of your site, you will need to save onto your site the blue logo below: (troprng.gif)
or the following red logo: (troprngr.gif)
or the following transparent logo: (troprngt.gif)
or you can use the purple logo above (troprngp.gif).
or if you are not satisfied with these colors you can have a look at the ' page.
3. You will receive a 1st e-mail (with copy of the HTML code to paste onto your page) to confirm that you have been added to the queue. Please note that your site will be in the queue for a maximum of 12 weeks ... after this time, it will be automatically removed by the system and you will have to reapply to the Tropical Diseases Ring.
Once the html code is properly in place on your page, e-mail me, as I can check that everything is working then activate your site; once you have been activated, you will receive a 2nd e-mail confirming this, and all the buttons will work (1st and 2nd e-mails are sent automatically by the system).
Click here for a list of the Tropical Diseases Ring Sites.
If you have questions, if you need help or if your URL has changed, don't hesitate to e-mail me.
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