Animated Gif for Linking to 4UFOs
Care to put this animated gif on your site or blog? Doing so would greatly help 4UFOs.com. Here, use this code:
<a href="http://www.4UFOs.com/" title="Search for Real UFOs" alt="UFO Blogger" rel="external" imageanchor="1" style="clear: center; margin-bottom: 1em; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto;"><img src="http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-5HSpKEiOe_o/UPxhZ2Ai3eI/AAAAAAAACLc/e54ZhqZw6Zg/s200/4ufos.gif" height="200" alt="Animated Eclipse Graphic for 4UFOs.com" title="Search for Real UFOs"></a>
The importance of the rel attribute
And not that you asked, but yes of course you're welcome to change the relationship value (rel="xxxxxx") from of the above code from "external" to "muse" because of how much 4UFOs inspires you, or I'm also fine with "crush" too. If those are the feelings you have for me specifically, feel free. haha...
In all seriousness, an excellent resource for learning the importance of the rel markup (plus a whole lot of other excellent and free HTML and CSS information) is found on the Microformats Wiki website. I say start with the page on existing rel values. I'm enjoying what I'm learning regarding Site design and programming, but I am unsure if it would be irritating to mention my Atlanta Internet Marketing Blog here. Hmm... Yes, that does seem a bit irritating. My apologies.
Adjusting the size of the GifYou can easily adjust the size of the gif by changing the height="XXX" value between 50 and 300 depending on what size you'd prefer to utilize, if at all.
If you have any questions about linking, this gif file or anything else regarding my sites, remember you can always send me a message through this website's Contact Page, or you can always simply drop me an email at your convenience.
As always, thanks for visiting my little corner of the Internet,