Global Oneness Day Logos and Example Link Text
Links to various versions of the Global Oneness Day logo images are listed below. We recommend you save the logo file you wish to use to your web site and reference it there, for the best download time for your web pages. Example link code is available after the image links.
All files are Copyright 2012 by Humanity's Team. Files are available to Humanity's Team global members for use in Humanity's Team activities, and to others who wish to publicize and promote Humanity's Team and our programs and events.
If you are not a member of Humanity's Team, then by downloading these files, you acknowledge that Humanity's Team grants to you permission to display our Global Oneness Day logo image on your web site solely for the purpose of providing a link to the Global Oneness Day web site. Any other use of these files is prohibited without express written permission from Humanity's Team. Requests for usage permission may be directed to webmaster [at] humanitysteam [dot] org.
We appreciate very much your support of our movement!
To save a file to your computer from these links, follow the instructions from your browser and computer. For example, most Windows users will right-click on the image and then select "Save target as..." or "Save link as..." from the resulting context menu. If you click normally on a link above, the corresponding file will be downloaded and displayed in a separate browser window or tab. From there, you can save the image to your computer, again using the method required by your browser and computer.
Example Link Code:
HTML code for a hyperlinked image is as follows (ignore the <code></code> tags):
<a target="_blank" href="http://www.global-oneness-day.org/">
<img border="0" src="[URL for the image file]" width="[width]" height="[height]"></a>
In the code above, the attribute target="_blank" specifies that the linked site will be shown in a new window or tab. [URL for the image file] should be replaced by the actual URL to the image file you are using. [width] and [height] are optional; if used, they tell the browser whether or not to resize the image on the page, and what the exact dimencions of the image should be. There are other attributes that may be used with the anchor and image tags, depending on your specific implementation.
This code fragment assumes some level of knowledge and experience on the part of the person utilizing it, and must be customized for use as noted above. It is intended as an example only. Humanity's Team makes no guarantee as to the function or performance of this code fragment in any specific application.