Creating Web Links to The UK Rules
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Here is our suggested wording if you create a link to the main index page.
UK Rules and Regulations
Copy and paste this html code to get the main index page link:
The link will appear on your page as UK Rules and Regulations
Citations and References
Referencing Pages of this Website:
Please use one of these reference styles below and insert the correct details. This is only necessary if you want to provide a reference for your information source. You can also use the style recommended by your institution.
Author Name: In most cases (especially if there is no other listed author) the content is always created by Steve Spruce.
Published Date: This is the date that the author first placed the information online (for new content). In most cases, you can find it at the bottom of each page. It may be an estimated date for recently added information on the site.
Retrieved Date: Use today’s date (or the date you first accessed the article if it was not today).
Website Name: The UK Rules
Website URL: https://www.theukrules.co.uk
Article Title: The title of each web page is in the tab above the browser window.
Webpage URL: The website Internet address of each page begins with [https://]. That means it is a verified and secure connection.
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Banner and Button Links
Example banner 300px x 350px you can use (contact us for more sizes).
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Note: On most pages of this site there is no author information listed. In these cases the content is most likely created by our team or it got commissioned by The UK Rules. Read how our terms and conditions may apply.