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The National Womens Health Information Center [NWHIC]

Anti-Violence Resource Guide

Articles re: Domestic Violence

Feminist Resources



If the answer to a question is not listed on this FAQ Page please go to WebRing's FAQ page. This FAQ is for this specific WebRing only.

1] What is a WebRing?

2] Why do I need a WebRing ID to join?

3] When will my website be added to the Members List?

4] Why wasn't my site approved?

5] I need help with the SSNB Code

6] My site was approved but was removed after a few days


1] What is a WebRing?An exciting (and FREE) alternative to common search engines (such as Lycos or Infoseek) brought to you by 'WebRing Inc. A WebRing is a group of several web sites created by its own webmasters and with something in common: its content. The sites are linked together via a Navigation Code therefore forming a ring. This allows visitors to the ring to surf from site to site and they also have the alternative to search the ring using the ring's search engine. [Top]


2] Why do I need a WebRing ID to join? The WebRing System requires you to have a WebRing ID so that you are able to edit your site information and also to obtain the Navigation Code. To create a WebRing ID click on a link to join and follow the prompts. [Top]


3] When will my website be added to the Members List? Once the Navigation Code is placed on the "Exact Url" you submitted it will be included in the Members List. Once 'Approved' your site will be added to the Members List immediately if the Navigation Code is in place. [Top]


4] Why wasn't my site approved? Sites that don't meet this Webring's Guidelines aren't Approved, these include Replicated Sites (mass-produced "pre-made" affiliate/reseller/distributor etc. sites), Biz Opp sites, Scams, Adult, Warez, MLM, UCE Sites, Gambling Sites, Email Processors, Offensive, Illegal or Borderline or DoorWay pages (example: an "Enter Here" hyperlink). We list these guidelines clearly on the "Join Page". [Top]


5] I need help with the SSNB Code For help with the installation of the SSNB JavaScript Code please Click Here. If you still have problems with the SSNB Code contact your webspace provider. [Top]


6] My site was approved but was removed after a few days Even if your site is approved, if the Navigation Code isn't located within a few days it is removed. From our experience, a site owner that doesn't add the Navigation Code within a few days never does, therefore is removed. [Top]





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Disclaimer: We reserve the right to deny and or remove submissions to this Webring at our own discretion and without explanation etc. - this includes but is not limited to sites that don't meet this Webring's guidelines which are clearly stated on the "Join Page". and/or individuals who submit multiple "doorway pages" leading to the same site.