❝The Ad-Lib Club∗

Join the club!

Unlike the original Ad-Lib Club, this webring is not exclusive - everyone is welcome! And it doesn't cost a thing either.

If you grew up in the 60s, have a severe case of born in the wrong decade or just love everything groovy and fab - this is where you belong.
Maybe you fancy white boots, backcomb your hair against your hairdresser's order, like pastel eyeshadow and do a bold cut crease. Collarless suits and Cuban heels are more your style? Are you a vinyl collector and avid listener of your local oldies station? Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out. You occassionally pluck your guitar - or your bass? Even play the drums or a Vox organ? Great! Or maybe you know every scene from A Hard Day's Night by heart - like I do. It doesn't matter. The place for you to be is right here!


  • Your website doesn't have to have a 60s theme - although that would be rather grand - the only thing that's required is a fondness for the hippest of decades.
  • It doesn't matter what type of website you have as long as you're able to display the code somewhere.
  • You don't have to place your code on the index page but it should be easily found.
  • NSFW sites are allowed but no porn.
  • No hateful, illegal or harmful content - we're here for peace & love.
  • Once approved, you should add and keep the code on your website - otherwise it will break the ring.

Application form

Fill in your application form today!
If you meet the requirements, you will be added to the webring as soon as possible.
I will send you an e-mail upon approval, and then you may add the nifty code below to your website.


I cooked up three code styles - from fancy to plain - as an example for what it could look like.
Now, choose a style of your liking to begin with. Copy and paste the code below and replace all the YOURURL (there are three!) with the URL of your website, including the http(s). Adjust as you see fit and you're done! Groovy!

If you need any help, want your info updated or your website removed, you can send me an e-mail.

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