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Since users are expected to treat each other respectfully, please ensure you abide by the following rules.Registration
Please read it carefully and follow these rules. If the forum rule is broken, you shall be warned/infracted/banned, and your post or options may be modified/removed.
The most important rule we have on NetHostingTalk is respect. Do not do anything which may disrespect or offend another member of the forums in any way.
Please remember that you are interacting with other people. Like you, they are participating in the discussions voluntarily. So, please remain polite and exercise patience!
All posts must be written in English.
Search first: Before starting a new thread on a topic that may have been discussed before, browse or search the forums to see if there is already a thread on that topic. Your question may have already been addressed, so you won't have to wait for an answer.
Posting: You can make a post using either the Post Reply button or the Quote button. Use Quote when replying to a specific previous post. Otherwise, use Post Reply.
On-topic: Keep your posts relevant to the thread's topic. If you have a different topic to discuss, start a new thread in the appropriate forum.
Double-posting: Choose the most appropriate forum when starting a thread. If you have a choice, pick one forum, and do not start the same thread more than once. We routinely remove duplicate threads.
Thread titles: When starting a thread, use a topic that indicates the specific subject. This helps members know if the thread is interesting and is especially important when other members search the forums by thread title. If you choose a poor title for your thread, the administrators may rename it.
Free speech: The rules are not designed to censor opinions or promote the views of the site owners. However, remember that you are a guest on a private website, so we reserve the right to remove content that interferes with the site's goals.
Help others: Once you learn a certain answer or have gained expertise in a certain topic in a discussion, please consider taking a moment to help someone on the Forum.
Appreciate help: If you find a post helpful, please consider liking it by hitting the “Like” button.
The rules and you: You are responsible for all your posts, and nobody else's. If somebody else breaks the rules, that does not permit you to do the same or to respond in kind. Instead, alert an administrator.Spam
Unwanted advertising and messages with promotional links (spam) are problematic for every forum system. Most spam is created by "bots," automated software created for this unscrupulous purpose.
If you see spam, please report it to us. We remove spam regularly to keep the forums free of spammers. Please do not post in spam threads.Reporting Violations
If you observe a thread or post that violates the rules or think that another member is habitually causing problems, please do the following:
At NetHostingTalk, our rules are something we take seriously, and if you break them, there will be consequences. These will range anywhere from a friendly PM from a Moderator, Manager, or Admin reminding you of the rules to a warning and possibly a ban from the forums, depending on the severity of the rule broken and how many previous offenses you have had. If you have questions about the rules, please get in touch with the admin or one of our lovely Moderators.
Our staff members may communicate with you through forum PMs. Normally, if a staff member PMs you, it is important, so please read the PMs you receive from them and, if necessary, reply to them.
We use the built-in warning system for all rule-breaking. The first time you break a specific rule, you will be given 0 points, and all times after, you will be given 1 point. If, however, the rule broken is more severe, we may issue 5 points immediately.
All points expire 30 days after earning them, but the offenses will remain on record.
The administration reserves the right to make decisions that deviate from these rules or are not justified anywhere in the rules. We also reserve the right to change these rules without explaining the reasons or a special announcement. Users who breach these rules may be issued a warning and penalized with a temporary or permanent account blocking.
If you do not agree with these terms, please do not register or use the Service. Use of the Service constitutes acceptance of these terms.
We wish you a pleasant stay and look forward to your contributions!
Best regards,The NetHostingTalk Team