NAVetsUSA WebRing Home Port
Welcome to the home port of NAVetsUSA
This WebRing was created in accordance
with our objectives: to develop and promote comradeship among our members;
to assure and revitalize civic interest in the United States Navy and its
history; and to support and endorse the character, substance and essence
of our Navy, through knowledge of the Internet and use of the World Wide
To join the ring, you must be a NAVetsUSA
member in good standing. To join NAVetsUSA, fill out the E-App at http://home.earthlink.net/~navetsusa/join.html.
"The first Navy Veterans'
Organization created on, and for, the World Wide Web."
Edward C. Reese,
NCCS, USN, Retired
How to join the ring
If you are already part of the ring, and need to edit your sites attributes
(URL, email address, site-description, keywords or password), enter your
site ID and password below:
Here are the steps that need to be followed to join the NAVetsUSA WebRing.
Please follow them closely to preserve the integrity of the ring.
Save a copy of the graphics below. DO NOT reference the graphic from someone
else's server unless you have been given permission.
SRC="banner.gif" ALT="NAVetsUSA Banner" BORDER=0 HEIGHT=40 WIDTH=400></A>
Add the HTML fragment below to your homepage. This must be the page that
you register for the site. The HTML and graphic may appear on additional
pages as you desire but MUST be on the page where a visitor enters the
site from another ring member's page.
<BR> <FONT SIZE=+0>This <A HREF="http://home.earthlink.net/~navetsusa/rings.html"
> NAVetsUSA-RING</A> site is owned by <A HREF="mailto:_____">_____</A>
<BR> Want to join the <A HREF="http://home.earthlink.net/~navetsusa/ring.html"
It should look like this:
site is owned by NAVetsUSA
Want to join the NAVetsUSA-RING?
Change the IMG SRC tag as necessary to make sure the fragment points
to images on your own site. The NAVetsUSA-RING link, however, should
still point to rings.html.
Put your email address in the "mailto:" space and your name in the next
Fill out the below form to register your site. Note that this does not
insert you into the ring; it simply makes your page known to the WebRing
program and gives you a Site ID Number. The actual insertion is
Change the five references to http://www.webring.org/cgi-bin/webring so
that the id= is followed by your Site ID number. For example,
if your site ID is 32, the href should be something like:
E-mail the RingMaster of the
NAVetsUSA-Ring site and ask to be added to the ring. Be sure and include
your URL and Site ID Number. The RingMaster will want to
look at your page to make sure that it meets the criteria for addition
to the ring and to make sure the HTML fragment on your page is ok.
After checking your page, the RingMaster will take your Site ID Number
and use it to add you to the ring. You should then receive an email telling
you that you've been added.
That's it. You should now be able to navigate the entire ring until you
make it back to your own page.
The RingMaster reserves the right to remove any sites from the ring
that do not conform to the above criteria or any sites that contain nudity
or profanity of any sort.