Logos, Buttons and Banners for Your Use
This page contains artwork that you may place on your website in order to
advertise All-Reviews.com (we would greatly appreciate this!).
Logos, buttons, and banners are all essentially the same thing-- they
advertise the all-reviews.com website and are linked directly to it.
The primary differences are in size and content. In order to use our
artwork, we request that you copy the images to your site; you will
then need to add some .html code to display the image on your web page
and link it to our site.
How to Copy Images
Copying images while using a browser such as Netscape or Microsoft Internet
Explorer is quite easy. First, place the cursor on the image you want to copy
and then hold down the right mouse button. Then a pop-up menu will appear
and one of the menu items will be "save as..." or
"download image...". Select this menu item and then save it to
your PC's hard drive (rename the file if you wish). Then transfer the
image to the system where your web page is located-- this will typically
involve uploading the file to the Internet Service provider (ISP)
that hosts your web site. Once the image is there, proceed to the
Inserting Images into Your WebSite
After you have copied the image to the system which hosts your web site,
you then need to add some .html code to insert the image onto your web page
and to link it to All-Reviews.com. In the page where you want the
All-Reviews.com image, you will insert .html code that looks like this:
Width="186" Height="64" alt="All-Reviews.com
In this case the link is to the All-Reviews.com home page. However, you could
link it directly to one of our other pages by specifying a longer
path. This code assumes the image is called logo.gif and is located
in the same directory as the web page-- otherwise a different name would
be used and a path specified. The width and the height of the image are
specified-- we provide this dimension information to you for
each image. Finally, the alt text will provide a textual description of the
image before it is fully loaded.
Below are the images available for you to use. The logos will only
look good on a white background, but for the other images it is not nearly as
important. When using the images, it is best to specify the dimensions
(the width and height), so that the browser can layout the page before
loading the images.