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CJPs groups are groups of users that divide the community into manageable sections board administrators can work with. Each user can belong to several groups and each group can be assigned individual permissions. This provides an easy way for administrators to change permissions for many users at once, such as changing moderator permissions or granting users access to a private forum.
Moderators are individuals who look after the forums from day to day. They have authority to edit or delete posts and lock, unlock, move, delete and split topics in the forum(s) they moderate. Generally, moderators are present to prevent users from going off-topic or posting abusive or offensive material.
Administrators are members assigned with the highest level of control over the entire board. These users can control all facets of board operation, including setting permissions, banning users, creating usergroups and moderators, etc.
Yes, images can be attached to your posts and uploaded to the <a href="/gallery">photo gallery</a>.
Smilies, or emoticons, are small images which can be used to express a feeling using the WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) panel. The full list of emoticons can be seen in the editor insertion panel.Try not to overuse smilies, however, as they can quickly render a post unreadable and a moderator may edit them out or remove the post altogether. The board administrator may also have set a limit to the number of smilies you may use within a post.
No. It is not possible to post HTML on this board and have it rendered as HTML. Most formatting which can be carried out using HTML can be applied using BBCode instead.
BBCode is a special implementation of HTML, offering great formatting control on particular objects in a post. BBCode itself is similar in style to HTML, but tags are enclosed in square brackets [ and ] rather than < and >. For more information on BBCode see the guide which can be accessed from the posting page.
The board administrator may have decided that posts in the forum you are posting to require review before submission. It is also possible that the administrator has placed you in a group of users whose posts require review before submission. Please contact the board administrator for further details.
Attachment permissions are granted on a per forum, per group, or per user basis. The board administrator may not have allowed attachments to be added to the specific forum you are posting in, or perhaps only certain groups can post attachments. Contact the board administrator if you are unsure about why you are unable to post attachments.
Some of the forums may be limited to certain users or groups. To view, read, post or perform other actions you may need special permissions. Contact a moderator or board administrator to request access.
To add a signature to your posts you must first create one via your User Control Panel signature settings. Once created, you can check the "Show signatures by default" checkbox to automatically include your signature with your posts. When making an individual post you may prevent a signature from being attached by un-checking the relevant box before submitting your post.
Unless you are a board administrator or moderator, you can only edit or delete your own posts. You can edit a post by clicking the edit button for the relevant post, sometimes for only a limited time after the post was made. please note that normal users cannot delete a post once a reply has been made.
There are multiple ways to do this. To do it on our computer, follow the tutorial,
  1. Tutorial
  2. Online Tool
The best size is 350*500 pixels. Other sizes will work, the website will just attempt to resize the picture on it's own which might cause your profile image to look a bit off.
If you are a registered user, all your settings are stored in the site database. To change them either click here or click on "Profile" from the "Member Tools" menu item dropdown and then click on the "Edit Profile" tab. This will allow you to change all of your profile settings and preferences. Non-profile settings can be accessed via the relevant tab on your profile page.
First, check your username and password. If you did not receive an email when you registered you may have provided an incorrect email address or the email may have been picked up by a spam filter. If you are sure the email address you provided is correct contact the site administrator.
Don't panic! While your password cannot be retrieved, it can easily be reset. Click here to request a new password. Follow the instructions and you will be able to login again as normal.
There are several reasons why this could occur. First, ensure your username and password are correct. If they are, contact the board administrator via our contact page for assistance.
First make sure you are in the Forum section of the website. Once there click on your name and then click on "User Control Panel".

Once at your "User Control Panel". Click on the Tab called "Board Preferences" And then on "Edit Notification Options".

This can be done in a few different ways.
  1. By Replying to a post and clicking "Notify me when a topic a reply is posted"
  2. At the top of every topic is a dropdown. Clicking on this will allow you to "Subscribe" to the topic.
To edit your signature go to the forums and click on your name.
  1. Click on "User Control Panel"
  2. Then Click on "Profile" And you can edit and save your signature there.
From the main page click on the Forum you want to "Subscribe" to. Then scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on "Subscribe".
From the main page click on the Forum you want to "Unsubscribe" to. Then scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on "Unsubscribe".
The main way to accomplish this it to click on the page icon on the left hand side of the page.
There are multiple ways to do this, depending on the page you are on.
  1. On pages that list all forum topics. There is a "Last Post" link



  2. On the Unread Posts Page, There is a small arrow to the right of the last posters name.




  1. Keyword search. This is the primary search on the forums. And appears as the header at the top of all the forum pages.
    1. Searches for a word or phrase that is in a post topic or body.
    2. This is good to find all the topics that have the word "backup" in them"
  2. If your Keyword search didn't find the results that you wanted you can click on "Go to Advanced Search"
  3. Advanced Search has a number of ways to narrow down your search results.

    1. This checkbox will find posts that have ALL the words you have included. So Posts with the word "Backup" and "System".

    2. This checkbox will find posts that have ANY of the words you have included. So Posts with the word "Backup" OR "System".

    3. Now you can make it more complex. Say I wanted to find all the posts with Backup in them, but none of the mosts that had the word Mustang in them.

      You can do that by adding a '+' in front of the words you want to be in your results and a '-' in front of the words you do not want.


    4. You can even narrow those results more, by adding in an Author. There are three ways to add in an author.

      • * Last Name -- Will search for all users that have something and then the last name
      • First Name Last Name -- Will find exact matches for users with that name.
      • First Name * -- Will search for users that match the first name, but you don't know their last name
  4. Search Options: -- These allow you to narrow your results even more, and modify the way your results are returned
    1. Search in Forums: -- This option allows you to choose the Forum / Topics you want your search to stay in. Use CTRL to select multiple forums. Or don't select any to search all forums.
    2. Search Subforums: -- Will search all the subforums inside the forum you choose above. So if you only selected "General Access" and then said yes, search subforums, this will search all forums under "General Access".
    3. Search Within:
      • Post Subjects and Message text: -- Will search for your keywords in both the Subject of posts and their messages.
      • Message text only: -- Only searches the message or the body of the post.
      • Topic Titles only: -- Only the topic titles of each post.
      • First post of topic only: -- Will only search for your keywords in the first topic title and topic body of each post. Good for finding the starting topics of your favorite posts.
    4. Display Results as:
      • Posts: -- Will display each post that a result was found in. Good for finding a post you want, but will generate more results.
      • Topics: -- Will only display the topic once for the results. Good for finding that thread you wanted to reference
    5. Sort Results By:
      • Author: -- The Author of the topic / post in alphabetic order.
      • Post Time: -- The results order by newest to oldest.
      • Forum: -- Order all your results by the forums they where found in.
      • Topic Title: Order all your results by the topic title they where under.
      • Post Subject: Order all your results by the Post itself.
      • Ascending: Orders any of the above results, numerically or alphetically starting with the oldest to the newest
      • Descending: Orders any of the above results, numerically or alphabetically starting with the newest to the oldest.
    6. Limit Results to previous: Limits the number of results you get, by allowing to choose how far back in history the search goes.
    7. Return First: This is the number of characters of each post you want returned. Set this low if you want to only see a bit of each post.

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