The Int'l Guild of Masonic Webm@sters 1997 

The Logo used by The Int'l Guild of Masonic Webm@sters, the Golden Square & Compasses  with the blue "G" in the center, was  designed by Guild Founder VW Bro. Pieter Nootenboom to symbolize the Lightning Speed of communication on the Internet.

Guild Design Standards 
All Guild member web sites must be linked back to the Guild's Home Page.  Guild members are authorized to use the Guild's copyrighted animated Logo.  Guild members should also include the designation of either "Fellow Webm@ster" or "Member Webm@ster" on their web sites.  Do not "link" to any Guild page except the Home Page.  If you have questions, please contact the Guild's Assistant Secretary.  

How To Use The Guild's Logo 
Fellow Webm@sters should use the Logo on the left, 
while member Webm@sters should use the Logo  on the right. 

 Copy and paste the correct Logo into your home page. 

Any Guild member may use the following separator bars if they so desire.
Any Guild member may use the following backgrounds.


Guild Members may also use the following graphic, if they so desire, it must however be linked back to 
The graphic is and shall remain the property of the designer. 
Guild Members may also use the following graphics, if they so desire. The graphic is and shall remain the property of the designer. 


randg.gif (1778 bytes) prev5g.gif (1947 bytes) prevg.gif (1808 bytes) igmwwrg.gif (6620 bytes) nextg.gif (1832 bytes) next5g.gif (1884 bytes) skipg.gif (1814 bytes)
The above Files are Gif format and can be used on a coloured background
To Join the Web Ring go to however the graphics on that page are not in Gif Format so if you would like to use the transparent ones as above please replace with the above Graphics Files.


H o m e

Copyright 1997. International Guild Of Masonic Webm@sters. All Rights Reserved.
Last Updated 28th Oct 1998

Although we mention several different commercial software packages on this web site, we DO NOT necessarily recommend one package over another. There are many excellent software packages that will perform essentially the same functions. Nor do we receive (nor would we accept) any type of remuneration or special consideration from any company for mentioning their product(s). Our intent is to remain unbiased. We will, however, recommend what we know to work. 

  Last Updated 5th June 1999
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