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More information about this is available during the registration process. To quickly find a thread or post of interest anywhere on the bulletin board, click on the 'Search' link in the navigation bar at the top of most forum pages.Then, type in the keyword or phrase you wish to search for, and select either 'Show Threads' or 'Show Posts' to view the results.By selecting posts, you will be shown only the actual post in which the search word appears.For more control over the search, select 'Advanced Search' from the drop-down box.You will be asked to choose a user name, password and enter a valid email address.
), and remain 'stuck' to the top of the listing, even if they haven't had any posts recently. Each post in a thread is created by a member or a guest.
You can also reverse the sorting order by clicking the arrow next to the name of the active option.
(Note that 'sticky' threads will always be at the top no matter how you change the viewing options).
Their purpose is to keep important information visible and accessible at all times. You'll see some brief information about the member who created the thread above the main post message. To post a reply to an existing thread, click on the 'Post Reply' button. On the board home page you'll see a section at the bottom that tells you what's going on at the moment.
If the 'Post Reply' button does not appear, it could mean that you are not logged in as a member, or that you do not have permission to reply, or that the thread has been closed to new replies. It tells you things like the number of registered users online, the number of guests, and even things like birthdays, and forthcoming events. You may be able to change the styling of the board by using the style changer in the bottom left of the page.
If enabled, there will also be a 'Quick Reply' box where you can quickly enter a reply without having to go to the 'Post Reply' page. The navigation bar at the top of every page has links to help you move around. This lets you choose different skins which change the color scheme and appearance of the board.