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Khalid 11-30-2009 08:53 AM

Rules of the forum...
 
As time progresses and the forum grows into an active community I'll probably amend this section but for now here are some simple rules to follow whilst on the forum...

Posting on the Forum

  • Do not post just to place a link to your website/affiliate url, this will simply be removed. At this time no self promotion is allowed unless a user specifically asks for a product/service you provide.
  • Avoid posts such as "I agree" or "me too"; try to contribute something useful to the forum to make it as best as it can be.
  • Healthy, constructive debates are welcomed but racism, bigotry, extreme rudeness and such behaviour will not be tolerated.
  • If you are looking for something, try searching for it before posting as it may have already been discussed. This will avoid duplicate posts and confusion to other members.
Your Profile

  • You can amend the settings on your profile to include a homepage url, signature and such. This is your opportunity to link users to relevant content however please to not link to anything illegal, explicit or irrelevant.
  • Your signature can hold html and url links/graphics. Again, please follow the above rule and keep it to a maximum of 3 outgoing links.
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