Link to Funeralwise.com
You may create a link on your web site to Funeralwise.com. You are authorized to do this solely for the purpose of providing your users with easy access to the resources of Funeralwise.com. You may not represent that any form of relationship exists between yourself or your organization and Funeralwise.com. The Funeralwise.com logo may be placed on your web pages only as an indicator of a link to Funeralwise.com.
For purposes of tracking usage of our web site, we would like to know if you create a link to Funeralwise.com. A brief message informing us of the link would be appreciated. Please e-mail us at email@example.com.
There are 2 ways to link to us a text link or a link using the Funeralwise.com logo.
Use the following HTML reference to create a text link to Funeralwise.com. Feel free to change the text "Go to Funeralwise.com" as desired.
<a href="http://www.funeralwise.com">Go to Funeralwise.com</a>
Logo Image Link
Use the Funeralwise.com logo below on your web site to create a link.
Following are instructions for downloading the GIF file for the logo.
Windows: Right-click the logo image and choose "Save Picture/Image As". Macintosh: Click and hold down over the image and choose "Save This Image As" or "Download Image to Disk".
Use the following HTML reference to create the link:
<a href="http://www.funeralwise.com"><img src="fw_logo.gif" border="0" height="45" width="120"></a>
Please note that "fw_logo.gif" should include the path to the location of the GIF file on your system. For example: "../myimages/fw_logo.gif"
Get Feeds From Funeralwise.com Blogs
You can subscribe to a feed from any Funeralwise.com blog by clicking on the RSS Feed icon and selecting your preferred feed reader. Or you can use the following feed URL on your website.
Digital Dying Blog = http://blogs.funeralwise.com/dying/feed/rss/
Also, you can link to any blog post by right-clicking on the "Permalink" icon below each post to get a permanent link to the post. When you right-click there are various options such as copy link location, bookmark, send link to, etc.
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