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Dragon Mountain Forum Rules
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Dragon Mountain Forum Rules
March 08, 2010, 09:19 pm »
I'll keep this short and simple for now, and update it if any issues arise.
Only post if you feel what you have to say adds something to the thread, and never bump a thread back to the top with one of those "Bump" posts. Don't reply to every thread you see with the first thing that pops into your head.
Never post anything directly in a thread that could get someone fired if they looked at it from work. If you're going to link to something that's NSFW, always give a warning.
Don't be a dick
If you're one of those edgy types who delights in offending others with your opinion on how you don't think Hitler killed
Jews during WWII, don't bother. We don't want you here.
Type so people can understand you
Don't abbreviate "you" as "u" or pepper your posts with lols and smiley faces. Don't replace letters with numbers. If your post would get you an F- in English with a note to see the teacher after class, I suggest you consider revising it.
This isn't 4chan
We have a different sense of humor than some places, and those demotivational posters and other 4chan memes don't really belong here. If that's your kind of humor, fine; there are plenty of other forums out there where you'll fit right in.
Avatar and sig size
The avatar size limit set in the system is 120 x 200. Please keep sig graphics to 150 pixels tall at most. If you're using anything with animations, keep it under 500 KB in file size.
If you're talking about a new movie or something and need to avoid spoiling the plot for others reading who might not have seen it yet, you can do so here with spoiler tags. Here's what the code for that looks like:
[spoiler]Bruce Willis was Luke Skywalker's sled.[/spoiler]
Just type those tags around the part of your post that contains the spoiler. However, please don't abuse these tags; only use them when you are actually concealing a plot spoiler.
Last Edit: March 15, 2010, 02:04 pm by Navigator2001Plus
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Re: Dragon Mountain Forum Rules
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March 20, 2010, 04:17 pm »
We also have youtube tags so that you can embed a youtube video into your post.
The code for it is:
[youtube] ... [/youtube]
with the ... replaced by the link.
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