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Surfing on the Net I found id difficult to find good Amateur Radio Sites but I discovered that WebRings are best way to do that. They gather best of Sites so I decided to found one. This Ring will contain amateur Amateur Radio Pages - pages designed by HAMs and dedicated to same. I'm just a HAM with some extra time and Internet connection who wants to meet other HAMs and while doing so help others to do the same. And this is a purpose of HAMs on The Net WebRing.

Why join?

A good question. This is a new Ring so it needs your help to grow. In time I hope it will grow into a vary nice place where HAMs could find each other and surf threw some excellent HAM Pages. With joining you can't lose anything. You can just get some more traffic to your Site and meet new HAMs.

How to join

Fill in the following form and you will be submitted to the queue. The source code that needs to be added to your page will be e-mailed to you after you fill in the following form and submit it. The html fragment must be added to your page before you can be added to the ring. Your site will be added to the ring as soon as possible and you will be notified by e-mail. If you have any questions or problems don't hesitate to E-mail me. Thanks.


Submit a site to

Site Title:
Site URL:

If you plan to put the Ring HTML Fragment on a page other than the Site URL above, you MUST enter the URL of the page the Ring HTML Fragment/Code will appear on your website also:

Site Owner:
Year of Birth:
Password: Please choose a password. (Don't forget it!!)
Site Description: Enter a short description of your site


The fragment will look like this:
(current version is 4.10)

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If you are already a member of The HAMs on The Net WebRing, and need to edit your site's information (URL, your e-mail, site description or password) you can do that from here:

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Please read this before submitting your site.

Your Site (or at least a part of it) must have Amateur Radio content. If your Site's content is against HAM Spirit, don't submit it, because it will not be added to the ring. If you surf on such a Site in HAMs on The Net WebRing please E-mail me so that I could remove that Site.

You MUST have the html fragment on your page before you can be added into the Ring. The fragment must be easy to find. After you have the code up E-mail me and I will add you to the Ring. Be sure to include your Site ID Number in the e-mail message. I'll check your page to make sure it fits the rules and make sure the HAMs on The Net WebRing html fragment on your page is okay.

After checking out your page, I'll add you to the ring. You'll then receive an e-mail informing you about the addition.

After the addition you will be able to navigate the entire Ring until you make it back to your own page. An easy way to make sure it is working is to go to your own page and click previous site. After bringing up the previous sites web page find the ring code and click the next site button. This should bring you back to your own page.

If you have any questions or problems don't hesitate to E-mail me. Thanks.