Disallowing websites in profiles

For discussions related to the main web site or the forum itself are now combined into one to clean things up a bit..

Postby EmilyB » Mon Nov 07, 2005 9:42 am

~PJ~ wrote:I don't quite understand what it's supposed to achieve. I mean, none of them have posted, so who is going to see them to click on the website? I agree it's a pain - but it seems so pointless.


Because when they sign up they appear in 2 places, firstly in the members list and also as the "latest member" on the front of the forums, so although I agree their exposure is limited, even if 1% of "us" view their crap, they feel some sense of achievement :?
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Postby ~PJ~ » Mon Nov 07, 2005 10:06 am

I'd never noticed that 'newest registered member' bit before! How do these things manage to get set up automatically?
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Postby Tulatin » Mon Nov 07, 2005 3:39 pm

Quite simple actually. It's just a script that goes through the motions of an average person registering for a website.
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Postby AmEv » Mon Aug 17, 2009 7:56 pm

Not saying for sure, but maybe they have their computer set up so that there is a dialog box with the code-pic on it. Then they put in the info.
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