Linking to folkjam

We appreciate it when other sites link to folkjam.org. It provides your users with an additional resource, and it provides more visibility to us.

Here are several folkjam.org logos in varying sizes, and a few requests in how to use them.

  • We ask that you always show a link to our home page, folkjam.org, even if you are also linking deeper into the site. Our home page presents visitors with a concise display of jams in their area, and we would like to give all users the opportunity to start with this view. For example, you could write Check out the map of jams and festivals in the US over at folkjam.org.
  • Pick one of our logos, place it on your site and link it to our home page, www.folkjam.org.
  • You can force people who follow your link to default to a specific city with the following syntax: http://www.folkjam.org?start=city,ST. For example, to create a link that shows all jam sessions in the greater St. Louis area you would use http://www.folkjam.org?start=St.%20Louis,MO. The %20 is what you use to represent a space.

Our full size logo, 500x100


<a href="http://www.folkjam.org"><img src="http://www.folkjam.org/logo/folkjam-linklogo-s100.png" border="0"></a>

One of our alternate banners, 168x60


<a href="http://www.folkjam.org"><img src="http://www.folkjam.org/logo/folkjam-play-well-168x60.png" border="0"></a>

A medium sized version of our logo, 300x60


<a href="http://www.folkjam.org"><img src="http://www.folkjam.org/logo/folkjam-linklogo-s60.png" border="0"></a>

The smallest our logo will go and remain legible, 225x45


<a href="http://www.folkjam.org"><img src="http://www.folkjam.org/logo/folkjam-linklogo-s45.png" border="0"></a>

A medium sized badge version of our logo, 150x40


<a href="http://www.folkjam.org"><img src="http://www.folkjam.org/logo/folkjam-badge-medium.png" border="0"></a>

A small folkjam.org badge, 80x15


<a href="http://www.folkjam.org"><img src="http://www.folkjam.org/logo/folkjam-badge.png" border="0"></a>

Posted by scott.mclewin: Posted 12 Jun 2006 - Last edited 20 Jul 2007

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