It seems that .org and .com are the same in format? As far as what I see on my screen, I can find the forums that I frequent much easier on .info because they are at the top of the page, than having to scroll all the way down a long list of forums looking for it. However there does not seem to be an in-house search engine working on .info. Getting to the forums seems to take too many steps if you flip from forum to forum, but that's only some of the time. Other times it seems smooth sailing. I was hoping that if I was signed in that a cookie would help my computer remember that I opted for one thing or another, but that does not seem to be the case..or at least not every time. Maybe there is a glitch in how one backs out of one forum to another? I even considered that some forums may have someone who moderates them, and they have the forum set up differently than others...I'm just guessing, because what I see is not the same every time.
It might seem like you can check out anytime you want but you can never leave ..... but logout is now a 3-click procedure. Click 1 - Menu, from there, if you like wandering through a bunch of irrelevant options stuff, it is a somewhat intuitive albeit circuitous route to logout.
In Parasites RX there are threads with all entries being 20 to 31 months old in the first page mixed with threads that are minutes old. I hope this is a mistake. It's not worth my time to read very old posts as most people have learned more since then.
Software flips are a nightmare. Thanks for trying to improve but I am also with everyone else. I would prefer the collapsed version as default. I'd rather have the choice NOT to see poop pictures.
Generally, all forums where the main subject of discussion is not Health have been classified as Non-health.
Religion, Politics, Conspiracy, Science, Art, Mosaic etc.
Astrology Atheism Debate
Christianity Bibl. A.
Christianity Bibl. A.
Courts & Justice
God Without Religion
Hurricanes Hurricanes Debate
Late Night Chat
NPD: Narcissistic S.
Occupy Wall Street
Palestine v. Israel
Politics 2 [A]
Politics 3 [A]
Politics 4 [A]
Politics 5 [A]
Politics 6 [A]
Politics 1 [A]
Rants and Raves
Red Hat Club
"I am also wondering if there might be some way to organize forums alphabetically, and according to how recently they have been used....
Recent Alphabeticals could be forums that have been used in the past one to six months.
Less recent Alphabeticals could be forums that have been used in the past six months to one year.
Retiring Alphabeticals could be forums that have been used in the past one year to five years.
Retired Alphabeticals would be forums that have not been used in five years.
That is possible to create, but right now that page does not exist. I will see if I can make it in some short future.
"I am always notified of the responses to my posts, but not notified if someone posts a new post on the forums that I host and that troubles me because sometimes I don't realize I have a request for advice if they do it by posting a new post. And this concerns me because health is important and people post when they need help. Perhaps I need to adjust my settings somehow. Any suggestions welcome."
Grizz, I don't think there's any way to prevent people from posting their beliefs. Sometimes, people behave online in ways that they would NEVER act out in Real Life.
For the most part, I pity people who have such empty lives and scroll past their posts - one exception to this was just moments ago when someone responded to a post that was almost 10 years old about how Zionists were somehow responsible for this person's childhood molestation experiences. I did respond to that because it was intended to incite rage, and I'm not biting that bait, this morning.
So..........try to think of those annoying posts as Online White Noise..........