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    :seasux: Do we get sigs on this sight or do we get to make our own if u know what that is?

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    Re: Sigs

    Yes, you can have signatures. However, there are limitations. For instance, they have to be at or below a certain size, must be appropriate for a family site, and I believe they won't show up in posts of less than a certain length. Premium members have slightly different restrictions.

    I'm not sure if the signatures show up unless you have a minimum number of posts, though.

    Signatures are set up in the user CP.


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      Re: Sigs

      only premium members get signatures, sorry

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        NOTE: This is not a Rams topic, per se, but given my belief that this is an important message to our new members as we enter a new season, I'm exercising Moderator privilege and posting it here.

        Andy Warhol reportedly once said, "there's no such thing as bad publicity." Well, the otherwise unexplainable popularity of the Paris Hiltons of the world aside, I must respectfully disagree with that statement.

        This is particularly true with respect to ClanRam (you'll see my point in a moment).

        In my opinion, the thing that makes ClanRam the best Rams board on the Net is the fact that we have long-term members who use this site to form cyber-friendships, if you will, with other long-term members. Its a quality over quantity thing - we'd rather have a solid core of regulars than a huge roster of hit-and-run posters.

        Sometimes, new posters are so eager to be noticed by the regulars that they go overboard in making themselves stand out. Just recently, we've had new members who have spammed the boards mercilessly, initiated smack battles and then claimed to be Ram fans, picked "fights" with Moderators or regular members, or engaged other disingenuous tactics designed for one purpose: to get noticed.

        In the short run, such tactics do tend to get you noticed. However, contrary to Warhol's axiom, at ClanRam there most certainly is such a thing as bad publicity. Make no mistake - the Moderators and regular members will NOT allow this board to become a smack-filled, childish and superficial board like the defunct Rams site board or the PD board.

        That does not mean that posters, including new posters, should avoid posts that are compelling, controversial, unpopular, unconventional or even mildly inflamatory. The key is that posts of that type should be made because you truly hold a belief that differs from the majority. If you are posting controversial content just because you want to get noticed, I can assure you that you are fooling nobody, and the attention you receive will be short lived.

        So... as I don't want to end this on a negative note, let me say to all the new members that we are happy to have you here, and we look forward to getting to know you at the Clan continue's to grow.

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        This site has a great design. Web page designing costs a lot of money.

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        Was that a one-time fee or annual membership?

        I would think the $10.00 was an annual (and quite reasonable) fee for this quality site.

        Thanks Dez!
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