Temperatures.com Hot Site Award
We surf the web looking for useful resources about
temperature sensors and their uses. We often find truely remarkable websites that
are outstanding for a number of reasons. Usually they are just plain fabulous,
in-depth, well-organized, current and freely available to all who visit on the
We've begun to note the ones we consider excellent with a small HOT SITE
graphic (60x30 pixels) next to the site's name or url link. They look like this:.
In that way visitors can jump to the sites that we think are the most outstanding
resources in their fields of interest.
gone further with an award graphic (below) that selected websites can place on
their own page or pages to denote our commendation for the site's excellence.
Although, if space is a concern they are free to use the small graphic above.
We are slowly informing all the sites-didn't know there were so many really great
ones- and it's taking time. If you find your site listed on our pages with such
a designation, please feel free to copy either graphic and post it yourself. We
ask for a return hyperlink to this page or your listing page on www.temperatures.com,
so that your website visitors can learn what the Award means.
The 120 x
73 pixel Website Award graphic is below. The link that we recommend using is :
http://www.temperatures.com/hotsite.html. The Alt text that we recommend you append
to either graphic is the internet spirit of open access is " The Temperatures.com
HOT SITE Award for website excellence".
A Site For the HOT SITE Award|
Note: The list of HOTSITES is maintained at
The Temperature Sensors Community
Web Site, a companion site set up to enable direct inputs from temperature
sensor users and makers.
Vendors, do visit there. Sign in and enter your own company
data, product and service offerings and news. Users can post reports & reviews
of companies, news, products and services. Iinputs are reviewed for
propriety and excess zeal! Best of all, it is freely available and "self