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A short cartoon, how to add a link in three steps. Step 1. Consider the link you want to add. Step 2. Go the the page where you want to add the link. Step 3. Click on the button Add the missing link and enter the web address of the page you want to add.Add a link in three steps Links are the core of ZOMDir. Therefor there is extra attention given to the links. Every link is checked if it is probably safe to visit. When that is not the case you are not allowed to add the link. However the internet should be open and free, so an alternative is created in the form of thedarksideof.zomdir.com. Here you might add all links that aren't allowed at the regular site.

One link allowed

To keep the directory neat and clean, every link is allowed once in all directories. This way you have to choose where your link should be shown. Preferred the link is added in:

  1. a directory of the same language;
  2. at the lowest sensible level in hierarchy. See also these guidelines;

    Note that this apply to the chosen subject and the chosen location.
    It is suggested that companies use their physical location (city) as location.

To edit a link click on the pencil shown after the link. In the edit mode you might remove a link directly, by clicking on the "Remove this link" button.

Note that you also might remove a link by drag and drop the link on the salamander.

Tip and Dir

A link could have a indicator like Tip and Dir.

  1. Tip: indicates that the referenced webpage has an excellent technical quality. This is only possible when there was enough attention given to details;
  2. Dir: indicates that the referenced webpage is a directory.

Of the indicators mentioned above, the Tip indicator is generated automatically. To recalculate them you have to remove the link and add it again.

The Tip indicator is given when the website quality is excellent according to Website Quality at a Glance.


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