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Add a Link on Your Site to Mathematically Sane

There are many ways to do this. Here are a couple easy ways.

METHOD 1: Using a web page editor.

  • Download our icon:
    • Right-click (Windows) or control-click (Mac) your choice of the following images:

      Smaller image to download
    • "Save as..." using an appropriate file name in an appropriate location. Be sure it has a ".gif" extension after the name.
  • Open the page on which you want to insert the link, using a web editing program.
    • Insert the image file where you want it to appear on the page. (For example, in Netscape Composer, choose "Image" from the Insert menu, then select the file you want.)
    • Click on the inserted image and add a link, with "" as the URL. (For example, in Composer, click the "link" icon and type the preceding URL in the Location box.)
  • Save your page and upload it to your site. Most editors will automatically upload the image files. In other cases, you may need to tell it to upload the "gif" file.

METHOD 2: Using a text editor:

  • Open the file in which you want to insert the link.
  • Find the place in the file where you want to insert the link, and paste or type in the following to get the larger image:

<a href="">
<img src="" width="250" height="50" border="0">

  • Or type in the following to get the smaller image:

<a href="">
<img src="" width="225" height="40" border="0">

  • Save your page and upload it to your site.

OTHER METHODS: There are many possible variations!

  • In Method 2, you could download the image file and substitue its location on your site following "src=".
  • In either method, you could use a text message instead of an image file.

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