Ringlink program is a Perl program that provides the tools you need to run one or more webrings, i.e. systems of links between related web sites.
The webring concept is about linking together websites of similar contents to "rings".
- The listpage
When you list sites in a ring, it appears as if the ring has no beginning or end. If you include a site ID when you call the list.pl file, like you do when you click "List" on a site's navigation bar, the list begins with the site of the stated site ID; otherwise it begins with a random site. This means that you avoid any concentration of ring traffic to the "first" sites in the ring.
- Separate URL for the page with the HTML code A webmaster can register both a "Site entry URL" and a "HTML code URL". The first URL is the location to which ring traffic is directed, while the second location is the page with the HTML code. This makes it possible to let the validity checker do its work, even if the HTML code is not located at the same page as the one to which the ring visitors are directed.
- Multiple languages Ringlink is distributed with a number of alternative program languages, and it's designed so that translations to further languages can be easily accomplished.
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