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    how to post in Advertising Forums

    i want to sell my website <<Snipped>> but i canot post in Advertising Forums, can i post here? maybe i canot, but i didnot have other way, can someone help me move to Advertising Forums?
    Sorry to post at here......
    Last edited by anon-e-mouse; 11-04-2005 at 11:24 PM.

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    You can post there when you have been a member for a week. Take time to get to know us all in the meantime

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    Quote Originally Posted by anon-e-mouse
    You can post there when you have been a member for a week. Take time to get to know us all in the meantime

    a week and 10 posts....

    whats WHT comming to when the mods cant remeber the rules they need to enforce


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    thanks, GroveStreetNetworks

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    Quote Originally Posted by GroveStreetNetworks
    a week and 10 posts....
    I'd say I've been a member for longer than a week... and I have a hair over 10 posts (last I checked), however I can see the ad forums.. until I log in, then they disappear. Is this normal?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chicken
    Is this normal?
    No, it isn't. Did you happen to block them just after we upgraded?
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    I think the last time I changed a setting here was back in 2000. No blocking, etc.
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    Can I just ask about the advertising forums... how often can you post an offer? Is it once per week?

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    Yes, like it says in the rules, once every 7 days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bear
    Yes, like it says in the rules, once every 7 days.
    A little reading gets you a long way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chicken
    I can see the ad forums.. until I log in, then they disappear. Is this normal?
    Am I the only one that this happens to?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chicken
    Am I the only one that this happens to?
    Now you know Chicken, you belong to a special "group". Hmm ... I shouldn't be standing too close to you anyway. Oh, I can see the ad forums with no problem, logged in or out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adb22791
    I read the rules posted here. It makes sense to add that policy:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chicken
    Am I the only one that this happens to?
    You are the first to have mentioned it. What browser do you use?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chicken
    Am I the only one that this happens to?
    Did you hide the forum before that option was removed?

    * Tyler needs to learn how to read
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chicken
    Am I the only one that this happens to?
    You are the only one that has mentioned anything.

    So, I've added the option for you to hide/not hide forums.

    After you log in, see if you have the option to expand the advertising forums on forum index. Then un-hide them.

    Let us know if it worked (or didn't).
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    Thanks, but there's no category bar, thus nothing to click to hide or unhide something. Feel free to change my password, login and check it out, and then email me the changed password. Then you too... will see (figuratively that is) what I... don't see. Eh what? You know what I mean.
    Quote Originally Posted by anon-e-mouse
    You are the first to have mentioned it. What browser do you use?
    IE (boooo hisss boo hisssss).
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    Here's a screenshot in case that helps...
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails WHTINDEX.JPG  
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chicken
    Am I the only one that this happens to?
    I can't see the ad forums either, but that's by choice.

    Just after they upgraded to VB 3.5, there was an option to minimise some forum catagories, so I minimised the ad forums (w00t!) and then INET took away that option, but my settings remained.

    That might be what's happening to you Chicken.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussie Bob
    . . .

    That might be what's happening to you Chicken.
    That ain't it.

    I made sure we had him as Premium. Then I took him up on his offer and logged in, thinking maybe it was a cookie issue with him. And, I saw the same thing the image he attached showed.

    There is no option to expand the ad forums.

    /me passes to The Prohacker
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoftWareRevue
    There is no option to expand the ad forums.
    Then a conspiracy is afoot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoftWareRevue
    . . . /me passes to The Prohacker
    And while he's doing nothing else get TP to fix that "/me" thingie too.
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