To add this groovy button to your web page:

semanticsarchive.net

Cut and paste the following html code into your web page:

<a href="http://www.semanticsarchive.net/">
<img src="http://semanticsarchive.net/semanticsarchive.png"
alt="semanticsarchive.net" width=150 height=16 border=0></a>
That's all you need to do.


A cute trick: if you'd like to rig the link to have only your papers display, use a link of the following form: http://semanticsarchive.net/cgi-bin/browse.pl?search=author, where "author" is your name. For instance, making the URL that comes after the href tag http://semanticsarchive.net/cgi-bin/browse.pl?search=barker will display all the papers whose author or title contains "barker" as a substring.


Technical note: using the snippet of html code above links your page directly to an image file on the semanticsarchive.net server. This means that if someone viewing your page has a connection to semanticsarchive.net that is temporarily slow or unavailable, your web page will not finish loading. Normally, this won't be a problem. But if you want to avoid this possibility, you should keep the image locally with the rest of your web page elements. (Browsers have different ways of allowing you to download images; for instance, in some browsers, to download an image, put the mouse above the image and click the rightmost mouse button.) Once the image has been saved to your local web page directory, you need to modify to code above. For instance, if you name the local copy of the image file "semanticsarchive.png", the revised code would be

<a href="http://www.semanticsarchive.net/">
<img src="semanticsarchive.png" 
alt="semanticsarchive.net" width=150 height=16 border=0></a>