Thursday, December 22, 2005
Working with the code New Links posted for a "Get Firefox Ribbon," I noodled up a New Orleans ribbon in Mardi Gras colors à la the magnetic ribbon my uncle was passing out at Thanksgiving. It's linked to the Renew New Orleans Foundation, a new 501(c)3 that is working to raise money for local New Orleans charities. From the Renew New Orleans Foundation FAQ:
100% of the profits from the Foundation’s fundraising activities will go to local New Orleans charities. We believe local New Orleans charities will be best suited to assist in the long-term rebuilding of the city, so we plan on donating to a variety of charities in the future depending on the needs required at that time. The areas we want to focus on are: 1) Health, 2) Education and 3) the Arts. Specific emphasis will be given to finding charities that support children and at-risk youths.If others want to use this, it's pretty simple to do: Just add the following code to the body section of your web page or blog template. I do ask that you copy the banner to your own server and then edit the
http://home.comcast.net/~tcr25/uploads/rbno.gifURL to wherever you've placed your copy of the image. Oh, and if the code is sloppy or buggy, please let me know and I'll try to fix/tweak.
<!-- Rebuild New Orleans ribbon -->
<a class="rbnofloatlink"href="http://www.renewnola.org/"><img class="rbnofloatimage" alt="Rebuild New Orleans!" title="Rebuild New Orleans!" src="http://home.comcast.net/~tcr25/uploads/rbno.gif" /></a></div>
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