The Science Fiction Fandom WebRing is sponsored by The Florida Association for Nucleation And Conventions (FANAC), Inc., and is intended to provide a gathering place for the Homepages of the many Science Fiction Fan Clubs, Associations, Groups, and Societies that exist in the world today. It is also intended to provide links to Web pages that are devoted to Science Fiction fannish activities, except conventions(1), or to the history of Science Fiction fandom.
Any organization of fans that is primarily interested in Science Fiction in general, or Science Fiction and Fantasy in general, is welcome on this WebRing. Fan groups or web pages that are focused on a single facet of Science Fiction or Fantasy, for example a particular TV series, a specific technique such as Anime, or an individual author or artist, probably belong on one of the other rings that are available for specialized interests. Please take a look at the WebRing Home Page for further details. This ring was created because I could not find an existing ring that seemed appropriate for Science Fiction fan clubs or fan history.
On this page you can:
Visit a random Science Fiction Fandom WebRing site.
Check out the Science Fiction Fandom WebRing index.
See what your site's HTML Fragment should look like if you are already a part of the Science Fiction Fandom WebRing. To do so enter your site ID below:
Edit your site's attributes (URL, your e-mail address, site description, and/or password) if you are already a part of the Science Fiction Fandom WebRing. To do so enter your site ID and password below:
Retrieve a forgotten password. To do so enter your Site ID below: (Forgot your Site ID? Try the index).
Your password will be sent to you at the e-mail address that is currently registered for the owner of the site.
Add your Fan Club's Homepage to the Science Fiction Fandom WebRing by following these steps:
IMPORTANT! Record your password as entered above and the Site ID that will be returned in response to this form, you will need them later!
Please note that this will not immediately add your Homepage to the WebRing. Your information will be added to a queue of pages that are in line to be added and, when the information has been processed, you will be notified via e-mail of your page's acceptance or rejection.
Copy one of the following icons to your server as sfarrow.gif:
|For light backgrounds||For dark backgrounds|
Copy one of the following icons to your server as webring.gif:
|For light backgrounds||For default backgrounds||For dark backgrounds|
Copy the following filler to your server as sfspacer.gif:
All of the above icons have transparent backgrounds and should work with most Web pages. If you have a problem please contact the WebRing's Ringmaster ( me).
Copy the text of the Science Fiction Fandom Webring Fragment and add it to your Homepage after making the following changes:
|--name--||Change this field (1) to the Owner's Name as it was entered in Step 1.|
|--mail--||Change this field (1) to the E-mail address as it was entered in Step 1.|
|--id--||Change these fields (7) to the Site ID that was returned in response to in Step 1.|
Of course it would be easier to wait for the e-mail nessage that will be sent to you to acknowledge the entry of your Web page into the queue. It will contain a properly modified copy of the Fragment that you can use instead of this one that you will have to modify.
Wait patiently for notification via e-mail that your Web page has been added to the ring.
Good luck and happy webbing!
Updated December 27, 2002. Please send any comments regarding this Web page to Jack Weaver. Thank you.
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