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1<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
2<html lang="en-gb">
3<head>
4          <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8">
5          <title>OpenGuides - Branding Guidelines</title>
6          <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="css/openguides.css">
7          <link rel="stylesheet" media="all" type="text/css" href="css/dropdown.css">
8               
9                <!--[if lte IE 6]>
10                <link rel="stylesheet" media="all" type="text/css" href="css/dropdown_ie.css">
11                <![endif]-->
12
13</head>
14<body>
15
16        <!--#include virtual="includes/header.inc" -->
17
18        <!--#include virtual="includes/sidebar.shtml" -->
19 
20       
21        <div style="text-align: center"> 
22                <div id="main_text">
23                         <!-- ENTER SOME CONTENT!-->
24                         
25                         
26                <h1>Using the Name</h1>
27        <p>
28        We count our brand as the premiere of our corporate assets. Our brand and
29        corporate identity have immeasurable value; their utility increases each time
30        it they are presented properly and decreases with every incorrect or improper
31        application. Brand attributes define OpenGuides, and accurate and consistent use
32        of our trademarks is vital to protect the OpenGuides corporate identity. When
33        it is presented consistently, we create a positive and lasting impression of our
34        company. It is your responsibility to comply with the most current version of
35        these guidelines.
36        </p>
37        <p>
38        ...Just kidding.
39        </p>
40        <p>
41        In reality, we have a pretty relaxed approach to the application of the
42        OpenGuides name. It can be summed up as follows:
43        </p>
44        <ol>
45                <li>If you set up a city guide and would like to be part of our
46        guide network, please link to openguides.org from your site's front page.
47        Using the words "the OpenGuides network" somewhere would be ideal.</li>
48                <li>It's "OpenGuides" for the project name, but "The Open Guide
49        to..." when it comes to naming Guides. On the other hand, your site
50        doesn't have to be called "the Open Guide to Wherever"; you can name it
51        whatever you like. Do what suits you best.</li>
52                <li>If you're using our software for another purpose, please mention on
53        the front page that your site's powered by OpenGuides, and have a link to us.</li>
54        </ol>
55        <p>
56        That's it - thanks!
57        </p>
58
59
60                         
61                         <!-- OK YOU CAN STOP NOW -->
62                </div>
63        </div>
64<!-- end content -->
65
66                <!--#include virtual="includes/footer.inc" -->
67
68</body>
69</html>
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