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Join Date: Feb 2005
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Are there no rules enforced on posting etiquette? Sometimes users post HUGE HQs of photos without turning them into thumbnails through uploading on imagebam or imageshack. It's so frustrating!
We do the best we can! Whenever I see images posted that are much to large I will take care of it. Mostly in the magazines though because that's where I spend a lot of my time. If you see a rule being broken then please help us by using the report post link. That way one of us will usually see it right away & take care of it.
Here is the rule regarding image size in bold:
Before posting, please consider the following:
1. Before starting a new thread, take a look ensure that there is not already a pre-existing thread discussing the same matter. Mod Team Leaders and Moderators of tFS have the right to delete or merge duplicate threads. If starting a new thread, please post a title that accurately reflects the contents and information within the thread so that members are not misled.
2. Do not post in caps. In message board language it is considered yelling, and as such, rude and offensive. If a thread title or post is typed in caps, it may be edited or deleted at a moderator's discretion.
3. Please think about how you use font sizes and colors. It can easily be overdone, distracting and hard to read. Posts made in this manner may be edited or deleted at a moderator's/Mod Team Leaders discretion.
4. Please do not post the same picture repeatedly in a thread. While we appreciate the sharing of images, it is not necessary to see the same image 6 times.
Do not post pictures that mess up the page format. Pictures wider that 800 pixels should be attached rather than posted in full size - Moderators have the right to delete pictures wider than 800 pixels.
5. If you are quoting another member's post and the post has a picture in it, please edit out the image before submitting your reply. Re-quoting an image takes up space on our server and also draining the bandwidth of a photo agency or web site from which the image has been taken.
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