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Welcome to our Rife Links website, it is designed to help you find relevant links to Rife related websites. We want to make this directory as complete as possible and welcome suggestions as to which websites to list.
It is currently under construction, so please excuse us if anything is not working correctly. If you have any question, please contact us.
When we add a website, we take a screenshot of the first page and then look at the site so that we can write a relevant description and select the relevant catagories.
On this Rife Directory, we are trying to link to as many Rife-related websites as we can find. We then look at the contents of each website and determine which categories it belongs to and prepare a comment about the site itself.
We use this Google website to determine if a website is "smartphone-friendly". So before contacting us to say you do not agree with our assessment, please check the respective website with that online tool, first.
We look at the content to assess how well maintained it is. If all is working well with current information, that's great. We look for broken links, technical problems, etc. as part of the assessment. Some websites have not been updated for years - they are classed as static. If the website has major technical issues of has gone offline, that is mentioned, too. In some cases, we will link to an archive of the website, if it is important and gone offline.
Websites that ask you to enter personal information, for example a contact form asking for your address and telephone number, or more importantly when asking for credit-card details, needs to be secure to prevent hackers between you and the website, being able to read it. A website you just read or download information from, does not need to be secure.
We look at the website to determine if it works with https instead of http to determine if a secure connection is possible. Sometimes a certificate is installed, but the website is not configured to automatically provide a secure connection. We only mark a website as insecure if https is not supported and you are asked to enter such information, somewhere. For example, our Rife Forum is secure as lots of people discuss personal issues that should only be readable to other members.
Rife Forum Section:
The Rife Forum has a number of forum sections that relate to specific websites. For example a specific Rife device might have its own section on the Rife Forum where you can discuss it with other users. If such a section exists, we link to it here. You need to be an approved member of the forum to access such sections.