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"For much of the state of Maine, the environment is the economy"
                                           — US Senator Susan Collins, 2012 Jun 21



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Holiday Scale Basket Banner to Your Website
&
Help Save Passamaquoddy Bay

Holiday Scale Baskets

Above is a working banner. Give it a try.


Three choices are provided:

1.

To use either banner…

  1. Save the image to your site. We recommend placing it in a directory named "images".;
  2. Copy and insert the HTML code below the banner into your webpage;
  3. If you place the image file in a location other than a directory named "images" inside the page's directory, then change the code to reflect the actual location. (See HTML examples.)

2.

Small Banner

3.

Text Link Only


1. Large Banner

  1. Save this banner image to your website. If you place the image file in a directory named "images" that's immediately inside the directory of the page displaying the Banner, then the code in Step 2 is all that is needed..
    Holiday Scale Baskets To Save Image:
    Mac Users: <ctrl>-click on image.
    Windows Users: right-click on image.
     
  2. Copy the text in the window below, and Paste it into the HTML where you want it to appear on your webpage. You may need to change the HTML.

     
    The above HTML looks like this:
     
    <a href="http://www.savepassamaquoddybay.org/funding/holidays/holiday_baskets.html" target="_blank"><img src="
    images/scalebasket_banner.gif" alt="Holiday Scale Baskets" height="147" width="360" border="0"></a>
     
  3. If your directory structure is different than shown in the above example, you'll need to change the HTML in the above code to reflect the actual structure. See the HTML examples, below.

2. Small Banner

Save this banner image to your website in the "images" directory.

Holiday Scale Baskets To Save Image:
Mac Users: <ctrl>-click on image.
Windows Users: right-click on image.

Copy the text in the window below, and Paste it into the HTML where you want it to appear on your webpage. You may need to change the HTML.

The HTML above looks like this:

<a href="http://www.savepassamaquoddybay.org/funding/holidays/holiday_baskets.html" target="_blank"><img src="images/scalebasket_banner_sm.gif" alt="Holiday Scale Baskets" height="74" width="180" border="0"></a>

If your directory structure is different than shown in the above example, you'll need to change the HTML in the above code to reflect the actual structure. See the HTML examples, below.

3. Text Link Only

Copy the following text and past it into your webpage's HTML where you want it to appear in your webpage.

The HTML above looks like this:

<a href="http://www.savepassamaquoddybay.org/funding/holidays/holiday_baskets.html" target="_blank">Passamaquoddy Scale Baskets</a>

The resulting link should look like the following (although your font settings may be different):

Passamaquoddy Scale Baskets

Try the above link. It works!

HTML Examples

Here are a couple of additional examples of how your website structure might look. The first example allows the provided HTML code above to be used trouble-free. The second example required changing the HTML pathname for the banner image location.

Example 1

Assuming you use an "images" directory within the root directory of your website, and the small banner is to appear on your homepage:

index.html
images (a directory within your site's root directory)
scalebasket_banner_sm.gif
mysitelogo.gif
anyotherimage.jpg
another_webpage.html
another_directory

No change to the supplied HTML code is requred. The HTML image location is presented in bold type:

<a href="http://www.savepassamaquoddybay.org/funding/holidays/holiday_baskets.html" target="_blank"><img src="images/scalebasket_banner_sm.gif" alt="Holiday Scale Baskets" height="74" width="180" border="0"></a>

Example 2

Assuming you place the both banner images within a subdirectory another level below the root directory, but the banner is to appear on your homepage (index.html), then the site's file structure might look like this:

index.html
another_webpage.html
another_directory
links.html
links_images (this image directory is one level below the root directory)
    scalebasket_banner.gif
    scalebasket_banner_sm.gif
    another_image.jpeg
additional_webpage.html
images
homepage_logo.gif

In this example, with the banner still appearing on the homepage (index.html), a change is required in the HTML code. The difference in code is presented in bold:

<a href="http://www.savepassamaquoddybay.org/funding/holidays/holiday_baskets.html" target="_blank"><img src="another_directory/links_images/scalebasket_banner_sm.gif" alt="Holiday Scale Baskets" height="74" width="180" border="0"></a>

Having difficulty getting the banner to work on your website?
I'll try to help. , the webmaster.

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