What is this thing?|
It is a bulletin board system that allows users to register, post messages, read messages, and reply to messages. For more information, see a dictionary.
Can I use HTML when I post new topics and replies?
Yes, on this board you will be able to use HTML. However, there is a list of prohibited tags that you will not be able to use. That list appears to left of the edit box when creating new topics or replies.
Do I have to register?
Registration may be required if you plan to post new topics or reply to existing topics (depending on the particular forum you are using). Registration is free, and you are not required to post your real name. You are required to post your actual email address, however.
What is the "My Profile" section?
The My Profile section of the board is your personal message center. From there you can send and receive email, private messages, changes your profile and manage your subscriptions.
What is the "Posted Today" section?
The Posted Today section is a summary of all of the topics and replies that were posted today
What is the "Most Active" section?
The Most Active section is a listing of the 50 most active topics on the board. An active topic is one with a lot of replies.
What is a moderator?
Moderators control individual forums. They can edit, delete, or prune any posts in their forums. If you have a question about a particular forum, you should direct it to your forum moderator.
What is an administrator?
Administrators have the highest level of security access on the bulletin board. They can control every aspect of the board.
Rich Text Editor doesn't work in my browser!
The Rich Text Editor only works in IE 5.0 or higher. It does not support other browsers including Netscape.
Why can't I post in this forum?
Some forums have restrictions permitting only special users to post or reply to messages. You can tell whether or not you'll be able to post based on the forum permissions which are displayed when you go to post. Look near the bottom of the screen. If you have any questions, email the moderator of the forum in question.
Tell me about privacy. Am I protected?
To sum it all up, yes, your privacy is protected. Please see our privacy statement using the link below for more detailed information on the type of information that our bulletin board collects.