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After 3 years, now malfuntion of my Nav Bars? - 03/07/2007
I do not use the HTML code, only the Webring SSNB code. Now it doesn't pass checkers? The ring manager of Native American's WebRing ring has sent you a message:
Note: Do NOT reply to this email, it will not go anywhere. If you wish to respond to the ringmaster use the following Contact ring manager link:

http://B.webring.com/cgi-bin/mailrm?ring=natam;id=32;wrid=thebulletin

ring manager's message:

"To the Native American's WebRing members.

Suddenly, more than 180 members of the Ring have received the following message:

"Your site in: Native American's WebRing has been suspended..." "The WebRing navigation checker has found that the proper code for navigation is malformed or does not appear on your page:"

The foregoing message was sent to Ring members with HTML code on their web sites. Some members are wondering why did they receive the message recently when their web sites have passed as being members of the Ring for years.

This Ring Manager can not answer that question. It appears that the navigation checker is looking for the "skip" fragment in the code. So in order to have your web site reinstated as a member of the Ring, do the following.

Copy and paste the following HTML code directly after, List Sites, in the code fragment.


Skip Next
href="http://www.webring.org/cgi-bin/webring?ring=natam;id=(your ID);sprev"Skip Prev]


PUT YOUR OWN ID NUMBER between the brackets as show above, then remove the brackets.

The Ring space will expand to accomidate the additional HTML code. Upload the whole HTML Native American's WebRing code to your internet service provider. Then click "pass" in the Manage Members section. Your membership should pass, and then your web site should appear as a member of the Ring on the Sites page again.

Some web sites are not passing as a member of the Ring because the Ring code (HTML and or SSNB) has been placed inside of another rings code. Place the Ring code on the page by itself. Click, "pass." Your membership should be reinstated.

ediversity - Ring Manager "



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