Links and Logos

Waynet members are encouraged to include a link to WayNet from your web site. You may insert the following link into the body portion of your HTML to link directly to the WayNet.org website: <a href="http://www.waynet.org">WayNet.org</a>

You may also want to link to our social media accounts:

Facebook: <a href="https://www.facebook.com/waynetorg">WayNet on Facebook</a>
Twitter: <a href="https://twitter.com/waynetorg">WayNet on Twitter</a>
Flickr: <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/waynet/">WayNet on Flickr</a>
YouTube: <a href="https://www.youtube.com/profile?user=waynetorg">WayNet on YouTube</a>
Google+: <a href="https://plus.google.com/+WaynetOrg/posts">WayNet.org on Google+</a>

Logos

Members may also use our logo on their site to link back to us. Please save the logo to your web site rather than referring to the location on our site.

To retrieve one of these image files, right click your mouse on the appropriate picture and choose "Save Picture As" - then save to the appropriate folder on your computer.

On light colored backgrounds

Logo: WayNet, 75px X 45px

Logo: WayNet, 100px X 60px

Logo: WayNet, 150px X 90px

Logo: WayNet, 200px X 120 px

Logo: WayNet, 300px X 180px

On dark colored backgrounds

Logo: WayNet, 75px X 45px

Logo: WayNet, 100px X 60px

Logo: WayNet, 150px X 90px

Logo: WayNet, 200px X 120 px

Logo: WayNet, 300px X 180px

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