This document describes how to link to our website in accordance with our policies. If after reading this document you still need support please use our contact form and use the "Advertising and Weblinking" category.
This policy applies to all links created to Gatesofhorn.com. All weblinks require written authorization of the owner of this site, except as documented below in "Acceptable Uses". You may not place this website in "frames" without our express written permission. This would create the illusion that users are browsing your website for our content.
You may link to gatesofhorn.com in one of the following three ways:
1. Main Page for Directories
You may link to http://gatesofhorn.com/ or http://gatesofhorn.com/index.html in your website's directory of resources and links. If you're not sure how to categorize our site please use the contact form above.
2. RSS Feed for Syndicated Content
You may freely consume our RSS feed at http://gatesofhorn.com/rss.xml on your site's news aggregator so long as you properly attribute the source. Please note that our RSS feed provides teasers. You must allow your users to click on the "read more" link, which will send them to our website. Please read the "Framing" Policy below.
3. Permalink to Specific Content
You may link to a specific article on our website. You must properly attribute the source to "gatesofhorn.com." Also, for your link you must provide a hyperlink to the content which will never change. This is because we sometimes must reorganize or even rename our content and the default hyperlinks might change.
In order to properly reference an article, you must locate the "permalink." Every content item provides a unique, unchanging url. This is not the "friendly" url that is provided to most users by default, but instead the internal identifier of the content within our system. In order to obtain the permalink, find the underlined link on the article that says "permalink". By mousing over this or clicking it you should see a url in the format "http://gatesofhorn.com/node/#" where "#" is the unique numeric identifier for the article or content. For example, the url may look like "http://gatesofhorn.com/node/123"