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Feel free to link to the AniDB mainpage or directly to any AniDB entry. However, please do not link to any images hosted on AniDB (i.e. anime images) - it's easy to take the image and upload it to a [[#Image Hosting|free image hosting]] site.
 
Feel free to link to the AniDB mainpage or directly to any AniDB entry. However, please do not link to any images hosted on AniDB (i.e. anime images) - it's easy to take the image and upload it to a [[#Image Hosting|free image hosting]] site.
  
There are some handy shortcuts for linking the main entries, like anime, in neat short urls. Rather than linking the perl script with the relevant parameters:
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There are some handy [[Shortlinks|shortcuts for linking]] the main entries, like anime, in neat short urls. Rather than linking the perl script with the relevant parameters:
 
:http://anidb.info/perl-bin/animedb.pl?show=anime&aid=275
 
:http://anidb.info/perl-bin/animedb.pl?show=anime&aid=275
 
Or even worse a link that goes through the search:
 
Or even worse a link that goes through the search:

Revision as of 01:04, 8 February 2006


Info Pages

Sites with information on a wide range of anime.

Forums

Sites for discussing anime to death.

Anime Reviews

Sites to read about the opinions of others on anime.

Manga

Sites about slow frame rate anime.

Image Hosting

Sites that provide free image hosting, useful if you need to upload a screenshot of something.

Misc

Just sites.

Linking AniDB

Feel free to link to the AniDB mainpage or directly to any AniDB entry. However, please do not link to any images hosted on AniDB (i.e. anime images) - it's easy to take the image and upload it to a free image hosting site.

There are some handy shortcuts for linking the main entries, like anime, in neat short urls. Rather than linking the perl script with the relevant parameters:

http://anidb.info/perl-bin/animedb.pl?show=anime&aid=275

Or even worse a link that goes through the search:

http://anidb.info/perl-bin/animedb.pl?show=animelist&adb.search=nausicaa&do.search=search

You can take the entry ID and make a neat little link:

http://anidb.info/a275

This works for anime entries - anidb.info/a{anime id}, episodes anidb.info/e{episode id}, files anidb.info/f{file id}, groups anidb.info/g{group id}, and users anidb.info/u{user id}.