Want to Use the “Fix FERC” Banner?
If you have a website and would like to include a link to the “Fix FERC” website, please use the banner that was kindly provided by Robert Godfrey of savepassamaquoddybay.org.
Conditions of Use
By using this banner you agree to its use only for the purpose of linking to the www.fixferc.com Web site in order to spread the word about the effort to fix the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. No other use is permitted without the written consent of the artist.
Copy or Save the banner image at the top of the page, and put it in an appropriate directory on your website.
Mac users: ctrl-click for menu > Save image to “[location on your hard drive]”
Windows users: right-click for menu > Save Image As…
Here’s the HTML code to create a link with the banner that goes to the Fix FERC website in a separate window (assuming the image file is in the website’s root directory):
<a href=”http://www.fixferc.com/” target=”_blank”><img src=”banner_FF.jpg” alt=”Fix FERC” width=”300″ height=”35″ border=”0″></a>
To place the image file anywhere but in the root directory, you’ll need to append the beginning of the “<img src=”….> code with the actual pathname for the file on your Web server.
Following is an example where the image file is located in the “images” subdirectory of your website:
<a href=”http://www.fixferc.com/” target=”_blank”><img src=”images/banner_FF.jpg” alt=”Fix FERC” width=”300″ height=”35″ border=”0″></a>