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AIOHQ Terms of Use

Thanks for checking!  Current web "law" seems a bit shaky on what sort of linking is and is not allowed.  The most common practice seems to be to publish a "terms of use" statement and hope that people follow it.  Therefore, that's what this section is about.

Linking to HTML pages

Permission is given for webmasters to link to any and all HTML pages of the AIOHQ.  We would prefer not to be in a frameset (as they are confusing to users), so if you have frames on your webpage, to link to us, use something like this in your HTML: 

<a href="http://www.aiohq.com/aiohq.htm" target="_top">Link to AIOHQ</a>

This will make the page open "full screen."

By giving sites permission to link to our HTML pages, it is assumed that your site will make it clear that you are linking to a new webpage.  (Make certain that users know that the AIOHQ pages are not part of your site.)  You are welcome to use a text link, a graphic of your choice or, you could use either of the graphics below.

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If you take any major blocks of text from AIOHQ, be sure to provide a link back to us to show users where you got it.

Revised: March 25, 2001.