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Offline Suebee

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Posting Guidelines - Required Reading
« on: April 15, 2002, 04:55:02 PM »
Abridged Forum Guidelines

Please read the full Forum Ground Rules. For your convenience and reference, here is a recap.

  • Please report any suspected forum abuse to the moderators via the Report to Moderator link at the bottom right of each reply
  • Respect your fellow board members - no flaming or obscene language
  • Don't post anything libelous, slanderous or defamatory
  • No commercial advertising
  • Do not post copyrighted material if you do not have permission to do so
  • Any medical advice should be discussed with a veterinarian
  • Commercial advertising is not allowed - adoption notices and items for sale belong in the Flea Market
  • Please use private messages instead of posting "shout outs" to other members - it is the green scroll icon under people's names - or go to their profile.

  • Please modify your posts instead of posting addendums and corrections in a separate reply.

  • Please put your message content in the message box, not in the title of your reply. There is no need to use "n/m" any longer.

  • Do not post personal information such as phone numbers or addresses. Private Message and e-mail are the only acceptable means of contact information.
  • Please make your posts titles relevant to the topic you are posting about -- do not use titles like "HELP!", "PLEASE READ", or titles that are too vague to clue people in before they click. A more specific title will get more attention than a vague title.

  • Please avoid excessive smileys and/or punctuation.
  • To the best of your ability, please DO try to use proper spelling, grammar and punctuation -- it's much easier on the rest of us when we can read what you are writing. We understand if English is not your first language, of course. :)

  • You are responsible for yourself.
  • The opinions expressed are not necessarily those of the RFC, the management, or YaBB.
« Last Edit: April 11, 2003, 09:10:53 AM by Suebee »