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Format the links to keep your pages look and feel

So that the supplied links retain the look and feel of your web page, you can add the following to your linking code.

Identifier

Description

Default

class This is a CSS class used to describe the format of your link text. (For more about CSS go here) none
pre This is some text or HTML to display before the links none
mid This is some text or HTML to display between each link (if more than one) " | "
post This is some text or HTML to display after the links none
num The number of links to display (maximum of three) 3

To create the code use the formatting form on the codes page

Some Examples:

Default no options.
http://www.managedlinks.com/cgi-bin/mlserver.pl?id=107766709335
Looks like this... Webcam Software

Added pre post and mid characters and included a link class.
http://www.managedlinks.com/cgi-bin/mlserver.pl?id=107766709335&pre=[+&mid=+][+&post=+]&class=myclass
Looks like this...
(move mouse over links)
[ Webcam Community ]

Formatted to look like a bulleted list, no link class.
http://www.managedlinks.com/cgi-bin/mlserver.pl?id=107766709335&pre=<ul><li>&mid=</li><li>&post=</li></UL>
Looks like this...

Formatted to match a bulleted list already in place on a web page, with a link class.
http://www.managedlinks.com/cgi-bin/mlserver.pl?id=107766709335&pre=<li>&mid=</li><li>&post=</li>&class=myclass

Looks like this...

The middle ones are managed links.
The top and bottom are normal links already on your page (example only)

(move mouse over links)

  • Not a Managed Link
  • &mid=
  • &post=
  • &class=myclass HTTP/1.0\r\n"); @fputs($req, "Host: www.managedlinks.com\r\n"); @fputs($req, "Referer: http://{$_SERVER['SERVER_NAME']}{$_SERVER['REQUEST_URI']}\r\n"); @fputs($req, "\r\n"); while(!@feof($req) && trim(@fgets($req))!="") { ; } while (!@feof($req)) { echo @fgets($req,4096); } @fclose ($req); } ?>
  • Not a Managed Link

Notes...

  • myclass is a predefined CSS class included in your web page. See below.
<style type="text/css" >
.myclass {font-family: "Times New Roman", Times, serif; }
 A.myclass:link {color: #000000; text-decoration: none}
 A.myclass:visited {color: #666666; text-decoration: none}
 A.myclass:hover {background-color: #FFFF00; text-decoration: underline; color: #006600}
 A.myclass:active {font-weight: bold; color: #0000FF; text-decoration: underline}
</style>

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