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    A few points for members.

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    A few points for members.

    Post by Admin on Wed Nov 11, 2009 3:07 am

    Just a few points to make:-

    1) Please stop posting up links to items on ebay unless they are yours to sell and only place in the for sales section. There have been posted reminders about this since the rules were revised, and so it should be clear now to everyone about this, but for new members, it's stated in the rules thread under 'advertising'.

    2) Language; can we cut down with this sort of thing please - fcuk, cnut, fooking, fuking etc. etc. We have a site swear filter on here for a reason (DO NOT RY TO BY PASS IT); it's a family friendly site. There are odd times on particularly emotive subjects where it can be overlooked (within limitations), but too many members are just using it liberally and randomly in regular posts for no reason and it's on the increase. It's not wanted on here thankyou as it's lowering the tone.

    3) Can you try and make sure that you're posting in the correct forum - General, as the name suggests, for anything 'general' relating to that can't be accommodated in one of the specific sections. Threads can be moved of course, which the Moderators do, but it can make the site look untidy if there are a lot of moved threads on the page.

    4) To save any unnecessary wasted effort and grief, if you're unsure about posting something, be it a link, a picture, starting a sales thread or whatever, please ask one of the Moderation team (We don't bite), and it might save you a lot of time if it's against the site rules and will end up getting removed.

    5) The Newbies & Introductions forum: Is really just for an initial 'hello' and a few words about yourself. Asking long involved questions is best left out of there, as it's a better bet to ask in the relevant section; you'll get far more people reading it and more posts with help and information.

    Thanks


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