Requested and Answered by Lemuel on 13-Feb-2007 15:06 (11466 reads)
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Requested and Answered by Lemuel on 13-Feb-2007 15:14 (6325 reads)
In the Main Menu (at the top-left of your screen) click on the link labeled Articles.
When the Articles page has loaded click on the indented link labeled Submit an article - just below the Articles heading in the Main Menu.
This will bring up a form in which to enter your article. At the top of the form is a drop-down box containing the following categories; Essays on items from the books, Inspirations for Gor, and Norman’s non-Gorean books. Select the most appropriate category for your article and enter the title of your article in the box provided.
Note: Reviews and synopsizes of the Gor books should go in the category - Essays on items from the books. Review and synopsizes of John Norman’s other books should go in the category - Norman’s non-Gorean books.
The area provided for the article’s Introduction should contain a brief summary of what will be covered in the article itself as well as information on where and when the article was previously published if applicable. This information will appear at the top of the page once the article has been approved and posted. This information is also visible to unregistered guests that browse our site.
The area labeled Main body is where you will enter the text of the actual article. This portion of your contribution will only be visible to registered members. You may wish to add a notice at the end of your article affirming your own copyrights - something to the effect that you created the article and retain all rights. This will give you added legal protection if someone else should try to post your article under their own name on another site.
If you wish to include a picture to represent your article you may do so, provided that the image conforms to our guidelines.
Once you have finished entering your article, you can click to see what it will look like when it is posted. If you are satisfied, click to submit your article for approval.
Requested and Answered by Lemuel on 13-Feb-2007 15:37 (6625 reads)
First, any images that apear in your article must conform to our guidelines.
Second, the image(s) you wish to use must be somewhere on the internet so you can link to it. We have a member gallery where you can upload images for use in your articles and posts. To upload an image to the member gallery, click on the Gallery link in the Main Menu at the top-left of your screen. Next click on the Upload public link that is indented below the Gallery heading on the Main Menu. From the drop-down menu select the area where you wish to load the image - the area that can be viewed by anyone that visits the site, or the area that can only be seen by members. Enter a brief description for the picture in the box provided. then enter the location of the picture on you computer or click the button to search for the picture on your computer. When you are ready to upload the image click .
Once you have an image on the internet that you can use, simply use the BBCODE tags [img]url location of the image[/img]. To get the correct url for the image you wish to use, right click on the picture when it is displayed in your browser window and select "Properties" from the menu. Copy the complete "http... " location and paste it between the BBCODE tags.
Requested and Answered by Lemuel on 13-Feb-2007 15:43 (3262 reads)
That depends on when a member of our staff will be available to read and approve your article. We will try to approve articles quickly, but we are all volunteers here and we do have other things that require our attention. So, please be patient.
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