Written by Michelle Gayton
Help National Fisherman.com's online community grow by including a link to National Fisherman.com on your web site. Recommend us to your friends, to other commercial fishermen and to other web sites.
For a simple text link to our site that looks like this:
National Fisherman.com – Online Resources for Commercial Fishermen
Copy this HTML code into your page source:
<a href="http://www.nationalfisherman.com" target="_blank">National Fisherman.com – Online Resources for Commercial Fishermen</a>
1. In order to create a graphic link to National Fisherman.com, first you'll need to save one of our logos to your computer. Right click on the desired logo from the chart below and select "Save Picture As" to save the image to your computer.
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2. Copy this HTML code into your page source:
<a href="http://www.nationalfisherman.com" target="_blank"><image source="Where Logo is Saved/Graphic Name" width="**" height="**" border ="0" alt="National Fisherman.com"></a>
3. Change the information in red including width and height, according to the details provided in the chart above.
Thank you for adding a link to us on your site. We appreciate your support.
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