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08/12/2020 11:01 PM 

Clicking on External Links

Be careful about clicking on external links to unknown websites. See below to understand how an external link is used to get a member's IP address. It's not possible to track down your street address or name with an IP address.

Ignore people who claim they know you and where you live.

Contact Support if you see this type of activity.

07/17/2020 03:27 PM 

Profile Layout Coding Tips

Very helpful post by 𝖗𝖆𝖛𝖊𝖓 𝖙𝖆𝖑𝖔𝖓𝖘.  Thank you for sharing
CSS and HTML Errorstricks and solutions
Before we start, remember to save a copy of your layout in case anything happens.

In this list, I’m compiling some of the main issues I’ve encountered that are currently affecting people’s layouts. The majority of these have to do with people not knowing how to correctly clean their codes or using some misused techniques that newer code editors will no longer recognize and it is not any form of imposition by the admins of this site, but merely an update where they are now moving on to HTML5 and cleaning up old editors and HTML4 that allowed certain of these to work… although it is not the correct way. I know this because I’m a certified graphic designer in my country and I finished a three year course two years ago where we were updated in the novelties of the HTML5.

So, let’s tackle these issues. They are divided in two categories as far as I can see which are as follow:
  1. Parts of your layout are not displaying, appear chopped or the tags have been stripped.
  2. Parts of your layout displays incorrectly or is not respecting the CSS you applied to it.

For the first, you are going to need to revise your code attentively and look for any missing quotes in attributes. HTML4 and prior allowed you to write things like:

<img src="" width=495px height=350px float=left">

But the correct way is as follows.

<img src="" width="495px" height="350px" float="left">

This error is caused by the orphaned quote at the end. If quotations are missing, then HTML5 is interpreting the following text as part of the attribute instead of a piece of independent code. Adding the required quotations will solve this issue, but be careful. A missing quotation might cause huge chunks of coding of being eaten by a misreading of the tags.

The second issue revolves around “custom tags”. These are tags that do not belong to the regular tags of HTML if you aren’t sure which tags belong to HTML here is a complete list of all of them and their recommended uses. Just like the previous case, HTML4 and prior allowed you to create custom tags with any attributes you wished to add. This type of customization has been in disuse since 2004 due to the fact it slowed down browsers by having to go through countless dictionaries to understand what you referred to while executing. This is trickier to solve, but not impossible.

myfirst { font-family:Times; size: 30px; }

<myfirst>Text here</myfirst>

As you can see “myfirst” is not a valid tag from the list I linked. First, you need to turn your custom tag into a class. This is as simple as adding a dot before the name of your custom, but make sure it does not overlap another class.

.myfirst { font-family:Times; size: 30px; }

Once you have the tag turned into a class, you need to re-assign it to a valid tag. In this case, I can only provide an example, but you have to evaluate what tag works better for your customization, if it’s only a text effect font would do the trick, if it’s a more complex effect it could be applied to a div.

<font class="myfirst">Text here</font>

There are other codes causing strange behaviours, but it is mostly for bad programming or having attributes it shouldn’t have.

If I can be of further assistance, you are always welcomed to contact me.

07/07/2020 02:49 PM 

Proper Code for hiding your Headline

When hiding your headline it is important to type out your style code correctly and be sure that you end them with either a double quote or ending tag.

You will lose everything beneath the tag If you type it out like this, this is not the proper formatting and this tag will no longer work.

<font style="display:none;

Type it out this way instead.

<font style="display:none;">

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03/02/2020 05:15 PM 

Image Hosting Websites

We've compiled a list of image hosting websites that are good for storing or finding images that can be used in Profile layouts, Messages, Comments, and the Stream. Post your suggestions below.

So far these are these have been suggested:

05/14/2018 10:26 PM 

Turn ON YouTube Auto-Play in Chrome

To TURN ON YouTube autoplay on your Chrome browser, open this URL in Chrome.


1) Set Autoplay Policy to "No User Gesture Required" 
2) Relaunch Chrome 
3) All done.

10/25/2017 11:53 PM 


❤️ romantic kiss
💝 plationic kiss
💞 awkward kiss
💓 heated kiss
💟 delicate kiss
💔 interrupted kiss
💘 static shock kiss
💗 repetitive lip peck kiss
🖤 forced/harsh/firm kiss
💚 eskimo kiss
💜 quick kiss
💛 air kiss.
💕 good night/morning kiss.
💑 first kiss
💋 random kiss

03/15/2017 05:05 PM 

How to avoid problems with your content.

Since we've switched to a secure web connection (https://) you will find that some external links and embed codes may no longer work properly, most notably in Blogs, Bulletins, Comments, Profile Layouts and Groups. Also your browser may block parts of web pages which are not hosted at a secure https:// URL.  This will not affect your use of the website.

When creating content (Blogs, Bulletins, Comments, Profile Layouts and Groups) you will want to pay close attention to the URLs of the content.  Use HTTPS:// when loading external resources on your page whenever possible to avoid 'mixed content' errors.


Firefox users may see this at times.  This is considered a 'mixed content' error. It's not critical though.

Pages which show this are ones which are accessing https:// content within our secure website, which we are using HTTPS:// . 


This shows which external image is loading via https://

Rest assured our website is secure and  your data is secure.

We are secure from the login to all the writing everyone does.  None of that can be intercepted and read.

02/13/2017 11:56 PM 

YouTube Embedding Tip

Paste in the URL of the YouTube video you want to embed, click Generate Code.

02/13/2017 10:34 PM 

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