OII Linking Policy
Linking to our site
The OII encourages and permits links to its website, and it is not necessary to request permission to make any such links. However, we do reserve the right to request the removal of any link.
The OII logo may not be used without prior permission, which may be requested by emailing email@example.com
Advance permission to link to this website is not required, providing the following conditions are observed:
- You may not present our website content as your own, otherwise misrepresent the content of our web pages or misinform users about the origin or ownership of the content of the OII website.
- A link to the OII site must not be used to imply endorsement of your website, related products or services, or for any other commercial purposes.
- Your site must not conflict with the aims of the OII.
- Any link to our website should be a full-forward link that passes the client browser to our website unencumbered. In particular, you may not capture our web pages within a frameset on your website.
Example hypertext links
To link to the OII homepage, please use “Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford” as the text and title of the link, like this:
<a href="http://www.oii.ox.ac.uk" title=" Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford">Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford</a>
To link to any other page, please use the page’s title or content as a guide for the text and title of the link. For example:
<a href="http://www.oii.ox.ac.uk/events/" title="Events at the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford">Events at the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford</a>
<a href="http://www.oii.ox.ac.uk/teaching/" title="Teaching at the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford">Teaching at the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford</a>
The OII does not currently offer a 'link exchange' or 'reciprocal links' facility. We do not normally link to external sites unless we have an existing relationship with an organisation and site linked to offers additional information of value and relevance to our users.
We do not permit a website to link to the OII if it contains material which is libellous, defamatory, pornographic, obscene, or is in any way a breach of the laws of England and Wales or infringes any third party intellectual property rights.
The OII is not responsible for broken links produced on your site as a result of our moving or deleting pages on our site.
Last updated on: 10 June 2011