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Twilight - New Moon - Eclipse - Breaking Dawn - Midnight Sun
 
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Have you read 'Midnight Sun'?
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Planning to read
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Total Votes : 115

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A contact is a one-way friendship. This could be where the other
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Where is list of friends and contacts displayed?

Your friends and contacts are displayed on the 'Friends and Foes' page in your profile. Your friends are also displayed in your profile page.

How can I request a friend, accept a friend or break a friendship?

There are two ways to request a friendship with someone.

The easiest way is to view the profile page of the person you want to become friends with and click the 'Befriend' link.

The other way is to add the person to your contacts first. Then from
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box next to their name labelled 'Friend'. Next, save the page.

If you know the username of the person you want to be friends with
you can send a friend request using the box provided and clicking 'Add
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To accept a friend, go to your 'Contacts and Friends' page. At the
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box for the requests you wish to accept then check the 'Accept' button
and save the changes. If you do not wish to be friends then select
'Reject' instead.

Breaking a friendship can be done in three ways.


  • From your 'Contacts and Friends' page, uncheck the box for friend
    for the particular person and save the changes. If you no longer wish
    them to be a contact either, uncheck both boxes for that person.
  • In your 'Profile Page', click 'Friends' and then click 'Break Friendship' next to the user's name.
  • In the other person's profile, click 'Friends' then find your username and click 'Break Friendship'.
 

Private Messages (PM)


If the administrator has enabled the Private Messages (PM) system, registered members may send each other private messages.

How do I send Private Messages?

Private messages work a little like email, but are limited to
registered members of this forum. You may be able to include BB code,
smilies and images in private messages that you send.

You may send a private message to a member of this forum by clicking the 'Sent Button' link in the private messaging section of your user control panel (Profile),
or by clicking the 'PM button' link in the drop down menu
that appears in a member's posts when you click on their username.

When you send a message, you have the option to save a copy of it in your 'Sent Items' folder.

How do I work with Private Message Folders?

By default, you will have two folders in your private message area. These are the 'Inbox' and the 'Sent' Items folders.

The 'Inbox'
folder contains any new messages you receive. It allows you to view all
the messages you have received, along with the name of the person who
sent it, and the date and time it was sent.

The 'Sent Items'
folder contains a copy of any messages that you have sent, where you
have specified that you wish to keep a copy for future reference.




Each folder has a set of message controls which allow you to select
messages, then either move them to one of your custom folders, or
delete them. Once you have selected your messages, you can choose the
following options in the 'Selected Messages' box at the bottom of the
list:


  • Move to Folder
  • Delete
  • Mark as Read
  • Mark as Unread
  • Download as XML
  • Download as CSV
  • Download as TEXT


You will need to periodically delete old messages, as the
administrator has probably set a limit to the number of private
messages you can have in your folders. If you exceed this number, you
will not be able to send or receive new messages until you delete some
old ones.

If you would like to keep a record of your messages before you
delete them, you can use any of the 'Download as..' options listed
above to take a copy and store them on your own computer.

Whenever you read a message, you will have the option to reply or
forward it to another member of the forum. You may also have the
ability to forward that message to multiple members of your contact
list.

Albums and Pictures


How do I use albums?

As a member, you can create Albums of images that are linked to your public profile.


Each album can have a title ('Twilightl'), a
description ('Captures') and can be
of three different types: Public, Private or Profile.


  • Public albums can be viewed by anyone
  • Private albums can only be viewed by site staff (moderators, administrators) and your Friends and Contacts
  • Profile albums are viewable only by you. However, you can use the images to customize your public profile


How do I upload pictures?

Once you've created an album you can upload images to it. Simply view the album and click on 'Upload Pictures'.

You'll have the option to give each picture a caption, and to set
one image as the Album cover, which will be displayed on the public
profile. To delete an album or edit the title, description or album
type, click on 'Edit Album'. To delete an image, or to edit a caption
or change the album cover, click on 'Edit Pictures'.

All members who have access to your album images can comment on them, in a similar way to Visitor Messages. You can delete any image comments from your albums, and report inappropriate messages to moderators.

When you have uploaded a picture, you can place it in your posts by
using the BB code text that is displayed below the image when you view
it at full size.

 

Signatures, Avatars


What are signatures?

'Signatures' contain information that you want to include at the
bottom of all your posts. This might include pictures, links to your
site(s), quotes, etc.

What are avatars?

Avatars are small images that people use to identify or distinguish
themselves to other forum members. In some cases the administrator will
not allow avatars or only allow them for specific members. The
administrator can also provide some stock avatars people can use, or
they can allow members to upload their own custom avatars from their
own computers. These avatars will be displayed as part of the user info
in posts, as well as in the public profile.


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