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Recommend The Sunday School Page

About this site

Discussion Forum
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Last Updated May 01, 1999

 

Back to The Sunday School Page

Thomas J. Cook, Webmaster
Revised: October 13, 1999.

Back to The Sunday School Page

Thomas J. Cook, Webmaster
Revised: October 13, 1999.

Back to The Sunday School Page

Thomas J. Cook, Webmaster
Revised: October 13, 1999.

Back to The Sunday School Page

Thomas J. Cook, Webmaster
Revised: October 13, 1999.

Back to The Sunday School Page

Thomas J. Cook, Webmaster
Revised: October 13, 1999.

Back to The Sunday School Page

Thomas J. Cook, Webmaster
Revised: October 13, 1999.

Back to The Sunday School Page

Thomas J. Cook, Webmaster
Revised: October 13, 1999.

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Revised: October 13, 1999.
 

 

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WWWBoard Frequently Asked Questions and Answers

Here is a brief explanation of some of the questions you may have about WWWBoard.

What are the local policies of the Sunday School Page discussion board?
Can I use html tags anywhere in my posts?
Why are there colons in the message section when I try post a followup?
Why didn't my post show up?
Where can I get the scripts for this program?

What are the local policies of the Sunday School Page discussion board?

Anyone is encouraged to contribute questions, observations, opinions, or experiences to this discussion forum. You are especially encouraged to respond to other posters' comments--that's what a discussion forum is all about! Remember, there's no such thing as a bad question.
The topics discussed on this board should be at least somewhat related to Christian education or Sunday School work. The webmaster reserves the right to delete any off-topic or inflammatory postings. Of course, appropriate language is expected and enforced.
At this point, I have enabled HTML tags in the body of your posting. Give it a try!
As a matter of convenience, the comment to which you are posting a follow-up note will be copied into the text box (quoted with colons). You are encouraged to delete as much of the quoted text as you wish (the original posting will always be available in the forum). It is there as an aid to you in composing your response, and you may choose to leave any or all of the quoted text to aid the readers of your posting.

Can I put html tags anywhere in my posts?

No. You can not use HTML tags in any field except body of the message. The maintainer of the script has the option of allowing or disallowing any HTML in the Message part of your posting. If they disallow it, the script will just throw out everything in <>'s. If they allow it, your html markup will appear in the posting. It can't hurt to try.

Why are there colons in the message when I try to post a followup?

Colons appear in the message dialog box when you try to followup up on a message to indicate that those lines are quoting the previous document. The owner of the WWWBoard can decide whether they wish to enable or disable the quoting of previous messages.

Why didn't my post show up?

Your post most likely did not show up, because your browser did not reload the page, it simply pulled it out of cache. Please reload your browser and it should then appear.

Where can I get the scripts for this program?

The scripts are written in Perl and created by Matt Wright. They are free to anyone who wishes to use them and you can get them as well as other scripts at: http://worldwidemart.com/scripts/. Enjoy!

Back to The Sunday School Page

Thomas J. Cook, Webmaster
Revised: May 01, 1999.

Back to The Sunday School Page

Thomas J. Cook, Webmaster
Revised: October 13, 1999.

Back to The Sunday School Page

Thomas J. Cook, Webmaster
Revised: May 01, 1999.

Back to The Sunday School Page

Thomas J. Cook, Webmaster
Revised: October 13, 1999.

Back to The Sunday School Page

Thomas J. Cook, Webmaster
Revised: October 13, 1999.

Back to The Sunday School Page

Thomas J. Cook, Webmaster
Revised: October 13, 1999.

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