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Adding links to Myspace, Facebook, Dig, Twitter etc

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How can I add links to Myspace, Facebook, Dig, Twitter etc to my web page. like shown on the top of this page
http://www.eventbrite.com/event/316857730
Can someone give me sample code for Facebook, twitter, MySpace

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Right click the images and download them to your PC.

After that add a hyperlink


<a onclick="javascript:" href="http://yoursite.com"><img src=" yoursource.png"  border="0" align="middle" hspace="5"  vspace="2" alt="Invite Friends" /> Your Text Here</a>

			

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