HTML & CSS Posting Rules & Guidelines
Due to the general mess of bad posting in this forum, I am laying down some additional posting rules, reminders and guidance for this forum. All of these rules will be very familiar to regular posters; they are stitched together out of convention and existing forum rules.
This sticky's predecessor has been around a while, but just a gentle reminder: this web forum has been listed recently as a helpful resource to some students who are just learning HTML. As a general rule, this being the HTML & CSS forum means that this will be the first stop for 75 – 90% of all visitors to CodingForums.com. However, many of you have had a tendency of being harsh when encountering less-than-stellar markup.
There is no opinion-bashing or harsh attitudes allowed. This rules stands for both the original poster and the prospective responder. This is supposed to be a repository of knowledge where people are supposed to be able to come and learn, not some backalley MySpace board where people go to get mocked and laughed at. Any more flame wars about anything will be dealt with swiftly.
This is a learning environment and is often visited by professionals, students and the first time developer. Keep in mind that everyone who posts on this board started somewhere and has learned by a variety of trial and error methods.
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