[or-cvs] r11507: Update the homepage to visually break it into sections. Upda (website/trunk/en)

phobos at seul.org phobos at seul.org
Wed Sep 19 03:40:12 UTC 2007

Author: phobos
Date: 2007-09-18 23:40:12 -0400 (Tue, 18 Sep 2007)
New Revision: 11507

Update the homepage to visually break it into sections.  Update the
download page into an ordered list for clear instructions.  Update the
donate page to clarify the four methods of donation.

Modified: website/trunk/en/donate.wml
--- website/trunk/en/donate.wml	2007-09-19 03:22:01 UTC (rev 11506)
+++ website/trunk/en/donate.wml	2007-09-19 03:40:12 UTC (rev 11507)
@@ -10,7 +10,14 @@
 If you use Tor and would like to help support the Tor Project, please
-consider making a donation to help us to continue our work.
+consider making a donation to help us to continue our work.  We offer a
+few ways to make a donation:
+<li><a href="#check">Check, Money Order, or Postal Order</a>.</li>
+<li><a href="#creditcard">Credit Card</a> direct through our bank.</li>
+<li><a href="#paypal">PayPal</a>.</li>
+<li><a href="#wire">Wire Transfer</a>.</li>
 <p>As of December 2006, Tor is a US 501[c][3] research/educational
@@ -19,13 +26,17 @@
 the US on charitable donations.
+<a id="check"></a>
+<h3><a class="anchor" href="#check">Checks, Money Orders, and Postal
-Checks, money orders, and postal orders can be sent to:<br>
+These payments can be sent to:<br>
 The Tor Project<br>
 122 Scott Circle<br>
 Dedham, MA  02026 USA<br>
 Because of US laws, please include a name and address with your donation.
@@ -33,14 +44,16 @@
 would like us to acknowledge you on our supporters page!
-<p>We can accept donations from credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, and American Express)
+<a id="creditcard"></a>
+<h3><a class="anchor" href="#creditcard">Credit Cards</a></h3>
+<p>We can accept donations from Visa, Mastercard, and American Express
 directly via <a
 href="https://www.communityroom.net/NPOMission.asp?449">The Tor
 Project's Community Room</a>.  We can accept donations between $20 and
 $10,000 using the Community Room.</p>  
-<p>We can also accept donations via PayPal:</p>
+<a id="paypal"></a>
+<h3><a class="anchor" href="#paypal">PayPal</a></h3>
 <form id="subscribe" action="https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr" method="post">
 The most useful approach is to become a Tor project "member" for a
@@ -86,7 +99,9 @@
-<p>Larger donations are of course more useful. If you prefer another
+<a id="wire"></a>
+<h3><a class="anchor" href="#wire">Wire Transfers</a></h3>
+<p>Larger donations are more useful. If you prefer another
 way to donate (such as a European-style bank transfer), <a
 href="mailto:donations at torproject.org">let us know</a> and we'll work
 something out. Donations of $65 or more qualify you for a <a

Modified: website/trunk/en/download.wml
--- website/trunk/en/download.wml	2007-09-19 03:22:01 UTC (rev 11506)
+++ website/trunk/en/download.wml	2007-09-19 03:40:12 UTC (rev 11507)
@@ -49,16 +49,17 @@
 There are several major pitfalls to watch out for.
-<p>First, Tor only protects Internet applications that are configured to
+<li>Tor only protects Internet applications that are configured to
 send their traffic through Tor &mdash; it doesn't magically anonymize
 all your traffic just because you install it.  We recommend you
 use <a href="http://www.mozilla.org/firefox">Firefox</a> with the <a
 href="https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/2275/">Torbutton</a> extension.
 <!-- , and follow <a href="comingsoon">other recommendations for other
 supported applications</a>. -->
-<p>Second, browser plugins such as Java, Flash, ActiveX, RealPlayer,
+<li>Browser plugins such as Java, Flash, ActiveX, RealPlayer,
 Quicktime, Adobe's PDF plugin, and others can be manipulated
 into revealing your IP address. You should probably uninstall your plugins
 (go to "about:plugins" to see what is installed), or investigate <a
@@ -74,16 +75,16 @@
 <!-- You may also find
 <a href="https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/722/">NoScript</a> and <a
 href="https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/1865/">AdBlock</a> helpful. -->
-<p>Third, beware of cookies: if you ever browse without Tor and Privoxy
+<li>Beware of cookies: if you ever browse without Tor and Privoxy
 and a site gives you a cookie, that cookie could identify you even when
 you start using Tor again. You should clear your cookies frequently. <a
 href="https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/82/">CookieCuller</a> can help
 protect any cookies you do not want to lose.
-<p>Fourth, Tor anonymizes the origin of your traffic,
+<li>Tor anonymizes the origin of your traffic,
 and it encrypts everything inside the Tor network, but <a
 can't encrypt your traffic between the Tor network and its final
@@ -91,14 +92,15 @@
 If you are communicating sensitive information, you should use as much
 care as you would on the normal scary Internet &mdash; use SSL or other
 end-to-end encryption and authentication.
-<p>Fifth, while Tor blocks attackers
+<li>While Tor blocks attackers
 on your local network from discovering or influencing your destination,
 it opens new risks: malicious or misconfigured Tor exit nodes can send
 you the wrong page, or even send you embedded Java applets disguised as
 domains you trust.
 <p>Be smart and learn more. Understand what Tor does and does not offer.
 This list of pitfalls isn't complete, and we need your

Modified: website/trunk/en/index.wml
--- website/trunk/en/index.wml	2007-09-19 03:22:01 UTC (rev 11506)
+++ website/trunk/en/index.wml	2007-09-19 03:40:12 UTC (rev 11507)
@@ -22,6 +22,7 @@
 <h2>Tor: anonymity online</h2>
+<hr />
 Tor is a toolset for a wide range of organizations and people that want
@@ -57,6 +58,7 @@
 <a id="News"></a>
 <h2><a class="anchor" href="#News">News</a></h2>
+<hr />
 <li>Sep 2007: If you have received email claiming to be Tor, it wasn't

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