Scottish Country Dancing Dictionary

Linking To This Site

Linking to this site is very welcome wherever and however you wish.

To set up a link from your site to ours, you may use the following linking information: (Although we are quite happy for you to link to any of these pages, with any title and description you feel happy with.)

  • WEBPAGE to link to:

  • TITLE:
    A Dictionary of Scottish Country Dancing

    A Scottish Country Dancing Dictionary. Everything you need to understand Scottish Country Dancing.

Here is an example of the html which may be used, feel free to copy/paste this from here, straight into your pages;

<p><a href="">A Dictionary of Scottish Country Dancing</a>
<br>A Scottish Country Dancing Dictionary. Everything you need to understand Scottish Country Dancing, arranged alphabetically and logically including instruction cribsheets and videos.

If you are a webmaster trying to get your links to work, here are some simple tips.
  • 1. On every single page of this site you will find the Copy Page Link (one of the lowest navigation bars). Clicking this button will copy the url of the page you are on into your clipboard, ready to be pasted anywhere you wish.
  • 2. Or, just copy/paste the url onto your page exactly as it appears in your browser address bar when you are on the page you want to link to.
  • 3. As with all sites, if you add anything (like spaces, %20, ", >, etc.) or take anything away, your link won't work properly (and your visitors will end up on our '404 Document Not Found' page!).

If you try to guess the page name, you are bound to fail, since we have so many similarly named pages.

For example:
Mairi's Wedding (The Crib),
Mairi's Wedding Reels (The Terms Description),
Mairi's Wedding (The Crib Diagram),
Mairi's Wedding Video (The Dance Video),
Mairi's Wedding Song - YouTube Scottish Song Video (The Song Video) and
Mairi's Wedding - Song (The Words To The Song)
are all very different pages

If you use capitals or add the apostrophe (Mairi's) to the url, or use ".htm" in stead of ".html", it just won't work.

Here is an example of a perfectly formed link, as it should appear in your code:

<a href="">Mairi's Wedding</a>

This is what the link above will look like on your page; Mairi's Wedding

Finally, test your links. Just click them and check that they go to the place you intended.