Here is a brief explanation of some of the questions you may have about the Forum.
Can I put html tags anywhere in my posts?
No. You can not use HTML tags in any field except body of the message. However html is not allowed for now. The maintainer of the script has the option of allowing or disallowing any HTML in the Message part of your posting. If they disallow it, the script will just throw out everything in <>'s. If they allow it, your html markup will appear in the posting. It can't hurt to try.
Why are there colons in the message when I try to post a followup?
Colons appear in the message dialog box when you try to followup up on a message to indicate that those lines are quoting the previous document. The owner of the Forum can decide whether they wish to enable or disable the quoting of previous messages.
Why didn't my post show up?
Your post most likely did not show up, because your browser did not reload the page, it simply pulled it out of cache. Please reload your browser and it should then appear. Your post may also not show up if it contains spam or other offensive or immoral material.
Why was my post removed?
The administrator reserves the sole right of deleting any post according to his discretion. Your acceptance to place your posts on this website implies that you have equally accepted the final decision of the administrator regarding your posts.
What are the required fields?
The required form fields are Name, subject and message (comments). Without these, your post will be automatically rejected.
What are the other form fields?
The other form fields are as below:
Email: It's optional. Just your email address .Not necessary, but helpful.Tags: A word or keyword that's relative to your post and helps users easily find your post by using search engines.
Yim: Your yahoo messenger id which will help display when you are online to visitors reading your post or may want to send you a pm even when offline.
Message/body: This is your message or body of your discussion. Valid Html or simple text is allowed here such as <br>, <b>, <strong>, <i>, <a href>.
Image url: Just the url of an image you want to display with your post e.g. http://www.google.com/logo.gif
Link url: The web address of a web page you want to link to, e.g. http://www.multidox.net
Link title: The title relative to the link url as explained above, e.g. "Nigerian forum" which will then make your link displayed as Nigerian forum
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