This webring was created for sites under one of the following domains:
The content of a website submitted to this ring must be either personal or family in nature, or it should focus on a small individual or family business. Larger corporate sites will not be approved.
To apply to join the ring, follow the instructions on this page. The ring maintainer will review all submissions prior to adding them. Your site should be no more than PG rated, i.e., no vulgar language, nudity, etc.
If you are concerned that the ring's navigation bar would not fit neatly on your (main) page, I would suggest creating a separate page for it and providing a link at the top of that page to the main (home) page of your site. Be sure, when joining, that you register the page which will contain the navigation bar.
In case you do not yet have one of these domains, but would like to purchase one, registration policies for .name are provided on the Global Name Registry website. In addition, here is a partial list of national registries and other sites with personal domains (or registry information): .me (Montenegro) on the doMEn site, .me.uk (United Kingdom) on the Nominet site, nom.ve (Venezuela) on the Peweb.nl site, .id.au. (Australia) on the id.au site, .gen.nz (New Zealand) on the New Zealand Internet Registry site, and .nom.za (South Africa) on the Nom.za site.
Furthermore, if you have a website under either the .i.am domain, you may submit your site to the ring. Unlike those previously mentioned, this domain (really, subdomain) is owned by an independent company. (.am is actually the country-code domain for Armenia.)
Does your country have a second-level personal domain similar to .me.uk, .id.au, etc. which I did not mention here? You are still welcome to submit your site to the ring. If it fits with the theme, I will approve it.
Please note: Websites under .com, .net, .asia, .org, .info, .biz, .pro, .museum, .aero, .coop, .int, .edu, .gov, .cat, .mil, .arpa, .travel, .mobi, .jobs, and any country-code domains without a second-level domain for personal sites will not be accepted into this ring.
The Personal Domains Ring is maintained by Mark A. Foster, Ph.D.