Weird Wide Webring
The web needs a little more weird. These sites are helping.
Requirements for joining
Your site must be unique and weird in some way. It can be the way it looks. It can be the way you write or what you write about. It can be the way it smells. It can be the way your footer is covered in feet, your sidebar has a sidebartender, or blog is spelled "blag". But there must be something.
I reserve the right to remove or reorder links if I feel it will help the user experience. The weirdest ones will likely go to the top, encouraging the weird to be weirder!
How to submit your site
Add the webring links to your site first, then fork this repo, add your site's name and URL to the sites.js file, and send me a pull request with why you want to join. That's it. If you're weird enough and want it enough, I'll let you in.
I hope you don't take offense if you don't get approved. Not everyone will make it. If at first you don't get in, tweak and try again! I simply must think of the people finding this webring and hope to give them a consistently weird experience in some way.
How to add the webring to your site
If you want in, you should display your webring links with pride. Rather than require scripts and injecting hard to override HTML into your beautifully wierd website, you can style your links however you want. Make them weird, beautiful, nostalgic, minimalistic, outrageous, whimsicle, mysterious, fragrant, terrifying, or covered in hot butter. Just make it yours.
All you need to do is add the following links to your site somewhere:
|List all sites||
|Join the ring||
The link will work out your position in the list and redirect visitors to the next site in the webring.
You can retrieve a list of the webring links (next/previous/random/list/join) as either an HTML unstyled-list partial or a JSON file from:
We don't collect or store any information beyond the list of sites themselves. This is for fun, not for profit.