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How to register

By Jemma Tappenden
February 17 2010

Anybody is free to read any of the the stories or threads on this site, but you must register in order to post new threads or reply to existing threads. Registration is quick and easy, and will only take a few moments of your time. All you need to do is follow these simple instructions:

Just simply click on the link to Register underneath the site banner, or:

In the top right hand corner of the site there is a menu box which asks for Username and password.  Click on the 'Login' button underneath these boxes.

This will direct you to a new menu box which will again ask you to enter your username and password.  Scroll down and select the option titled 'Not Registered? Click here to register now'.

A new box will open on your screen which you must fill out in order to register.  All fields marked with a * are required in order to complete your registration.

1.  Enter a Username.  This will be the name that appears on the site when you post new or under existing topics.  This can be changed at a later date.

2.  Enter your email address.  This cannot be seen by other posters, but is required as part of the registration process.

3.  Enter a password.  This will prevent other posters from posting under your name and will be required every time you log on to the site.  You will be asked to type this twice.  The password should be something easy for you to remember, but not too obvious or easily guessable.  If you do ever forget your password you can request that it is sent to you by email.

4.  In order to bypass Spam prevention you must enter the code that appears in the grey box to complete registration.

5.  Press 'Submit' and you are ready to start posting immediately.

Don't forget to introduce yourself to the other posters on here!  Everyone receives a friendly welcome.

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