Irish and British Villages

Joining Irish and British Villages is easy, and will help visitors to find your site, and put you in touch with an enthusiastic community of village website owners. If you have problems with any stage of the registration process below, then please contact us and we'll do our best to help.

Before joining, please check that:

  1. your entry page loads reasonably quickly.
  2. you're happy to display the Irish and British Villages logo (as shown below) somewhere on your site.

Irish and British Villages

To join, answer the questions below, then press the add site button, which will add your site to our database.


Type in the URL of your site (e.g. :

Enter the name of your village or site:

Type a short description of your site at this URL (optional):

Choose your site's country and type from the following lists:

Please tell us your site's region or county (optional):

To display a picture or logo with your entry, complete the URL, width and height of your graphic:

Width (30 - 600 pixels):Height (20 - 120 pixels):

Please enter your E-mail address (e.g. which won't be published online :

and your own name (optional):

Please type in a password (for use when changing your link later):

When you've filled in the boxes above, please check your entry carefully for mistakes, and when you're happy, press


Now copy the HTML code from the box below, paste it into one or more of the pages of your website, upload and test the result.

<!-- Code for Irish and British Villages logo -->
<div align=center><center><a
href="" target="_top"><img 
alt="Irish and British Villages" width=100 height=40
<!-- End of Irish and British Villages code -->

If you don't work with HTML, you can create the same effect by adding an image to one of your pages, using this location for the graphic:

Then create a hyperlink from the graphic to this location:

It should look like this when you've finished:

Irish and British Villages

Thanks for your interest in Irish and British Villages. We look forward to welcoming you and your village as a member.


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