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July 08, 2005

Show support for England

I'm offering the following for those who want to show the people of England that they support them and are praying for them. The banner is displayed at the top left of this site. The right hand banner is exactly the same except it displays on the right. The code is:

<script src="http://jacklewis.net/weblog/pray4england_l.js"></script>

The code for the right hand banner is:

<script src="http://jacklewis.net/weblog/pray4england_r.js"></script>

Remember, if you use any kind of simple text editor, like NotePad, Super NoteTab, or the form blanks for Movable Type or Word Press, this will work fine for copying and pasting. If you use a WYSIWYG editor, MS Word or FrontPage or any other editor that retains the formatting, you'll need to copy and paste it to something that will strip out the formatting first. Any simple text editor, like the ones mentioned above, will do.

The banner will link back to my original, corner-banner post so more people can find the banners and place them.

UPDATE: Don Singleton pointed out that the blogger/blogspot.com top banner obscures the top part of the Pray4England corner banner. I have new scripts for those  who use blogger.com:

Left corner

<script src="http://jacklewis.net/weblog/pray4england_l_b.js"></script>

Right corner

<script src="http://jacklewis.net/weblog/pray4england_r_b.js"></script>

This script puts a 33 pixel offset at the top, and lines the corner banner up just belower the blogger banner.

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Posted by Danny Carlton at July 8, 2005 08:35 AM

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Comments

You have the same code for both banners

Also if you will look at http://donsingleton.blogspot.com/ you will see that the blogspot banner obscures part of it

Posted by: Don Singleton at July 8, 2005 09:21 AM

Danny, I've sent a couple trackbacks recently. None of them showed up. You experiencing some trackback problems or something?

Posted by: tyler at July 8, 2005 11:30 AM

Tyler, it may be the problem with the latest cPanel upgrade and MovableType. WizBang had a post about it. I've been having to do many of my pings manually since I get errors. As I understand the problem, there's nothing I can do until the next cPanel upgrade, whenever that is.

Posted by: Danny Carlton at July 8, 2005 01:32 PM

Thanks, Don.

Posted by: Danny Carlton at July 8, 2005 01:48 PM

Blogger/blogspot worked.

I guess I misunderstood about the right banner. I thought it was going to be your "as for me and my blog, we will serve the Lord", but it is the same as the left banner, just on the other side.

Posted by: Don Singleton at July 8, 2005 02:36 PM

I've been stopping at all of your other sites. Truly impressive "stuff" and a good range. The banner is a very nice gift to us all. Thanks for the time spent for so many. Found you on the American Flag League list. Played with the banner - works really well.

Posted by: chrys at July 8, 2005 10:16 PM

We (United States) need to confirm and show our solidarity with England. Americans should fly the British just as they did for us after 9/11.

Posted by: t at July 11, 2005 03:26 PM

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