Please read the forums rules and guidelines before posting for the first time.
The Following is an overview of posting policies and the code of conduct. The full code of conduct can be found HERE, and on your member account page.
Be civil always and be kind whenever possible
Personal differences should be handled through email or IM and not through posts displayed to everyone.
Ignore spammers, respond to them personally and not through the forum, or report them.
Act in a give and take manner; help others as often as or more than you ask for help.
Watch your sense of humor, posts may be read by people from a variety of backgrounds and ages.
Only post responses when you have something to contribute.
Do not chastise new members
Respect other opinions, and feel free to voice yours
Do not post any hate speech, this may lead to being blocked from the forum
Create meaningful content
Use a meaningful title for your thread.
Stay on topic. - Write concisely and try not ramble.
Search the other posts to see if your topic is already covered.
Do not double post (post the same message twice in one thread) or cross post (place the same message across several forums). - Do not use a forum to promote your product, service or business.
Do not post new problems on someone else's thread and interrupt a topic of discussion.
Do not use someone else's thread for a private conversation.
When replying to a post, do not quote more from the previous post than you have to.
Do not submit a post that requires readers to download a large attachment. Explain the attachment or, better yet, provide a link to the information.
Use plain text over HTML if you want your post to be readable by everyone.
Remember that you are posting to a Public Forum
Do not post any information that you want private.
Posts should not contain personal, identifiable information or content embarrassing to others.
Do not post content that violates a copyright.
Know that anything you post will be publicly accessible
This forum does not contain professional advice and should not be used to make life decisions. Please look to qualified professionals if you need help with a specific issue.
Any questions can be added to this thread, thank you!
Share your thoughts and any resource that you have found helpful.
-Speak Up and Be Kind!