Linking and Logos
Everyone has permission to link to Children with Diabetes, with the following rules:
- You must link to the home page of the site:
- You may use one of the graphics on this page, but if you do, please copy it to your server.
Requests for a Link within Children with Diabetes
We include links to sites that we believe will be of interest to our readers. If you have a product, service, or web site that is soundly based in peer-reviewed science or offers support for families in a unique way, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for a link. Please include as much information about you and your organization as you can.
Important: We do not engage in link exchanges. We add links to sites that we believe will be of value to our readers. If you email us to any address other than email@example.com seeking a link exchange, or you contact us from a link farm site, you will be considered to be a spammer, your site will not be listed, and your domain will be added to our email filters.
Children with Diabetes Logos
The following logos, shown from largest to smallest, may be used to link to Children with Diabetes. HTML is shown for each image, assuming that you have copied the image to your server.
- Standard web banner graphic
<a href="http://www.childrenwithdiabetes.com/"><img width=468 height=60 src="cwdpromo1.gif"></a>
- Logo and URL art
Download the EPS file (127 KB) Use for all non-web printing
Download the Adobe Illustrator 8.0 PC file (165 KB)
Download the BMP file (803 KB)
Download the TIF file (46 KB)
Download the JPG file (30 KB)
Use of logos for printing, t-shirts, etc. must be approved in writing by Children with Diabetes
- Small graphic for linking to the site
<a href="http://www.childrenwithdiabetes.com/"><img width=118 height=26 src="cwd_logo_smallest_hi.gif"></a>
Last Updated: Wednesday May 28, 2008 20:34:48
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