Welcome to Cuties Online, the webring for cuties!
This ring is run by @KesGai, who still thinks it's the '90s.
If you have a cute and nice and totally all-welcoming website, feel free to join the ring!
Or send us sandwiches. Sandwiches are good.
Why not also join our public FTP server?
A webring is a convenient system of linking together a group of similarly-themed sites in a circular fashion. The link on one member site leads to the next, and so on until you arrive back where you started. Different links can also take you backwards or to a random site in the ring with equal ease.
If you want to get in on this ring of cuteness, just click the “Join Ring” link in the Control Panel. Sign up with a username and password, and then add your site info.
Once you've submitted your site, you will receive a fragment of HTML code to add to your site. This is the navigation bar for the webring. Drop it into your code and publish it to your site. Once it's added, our wonderful administrator will have a look over your site and add it to the ring!
If you've submitted a site, whether or not your site has been approved, you can log in to your account using the Control Panel. From here you can click “Edit Details” to bring up your personal member control panel where you can change your account details, and even remove your site from the ring altogether.
If your site has been approved, you can change your account status from Active to Hibernating. When your site is hibernating, clicks from the ring will not be directed to your site. Use this feature when you expect your site to be down or under construction, and don't want to break the ring.
We also keep detailed statistics which you can visit either by clicking the "Statistics" link in the Control Panel, or one of the small icons next to each Site Title on the Ring Hub. The icon links will reveal in-depth statistics about each site in the ring. Make sure you check them out to keep track of how your site is doing!
A “Hit” is recorded whenever a user arrives at a site because of a ring link. Arrivals via the Ring Hub links and from Navigation Bars on other member sites will all add Hits to your site totals.
A “Click” is recorded whenever a user leaves a member site via a ring link. Direct Clicks from the Ring Hub aren't recorded, only those from the Navigation Bar's “Next”, “Previous” and “Random” links. Because of this, the Clicks totals are accurate reflections of how much the Navigation Bars are being used.
Essentially, total Hits are how many visitors a site is receiving because of ring membership, while total Clicks are how many visitors a site is generating for the rest of the ring.