- Topic Title – First, fill out the title of the topic, where it says topic title. This is where you want to ask your main question, and only your question. There is a max question limit of 80 letters, as we want to keep it short and simple for people to read.
- Main Body – Add more details about your question. What is the question exactly? What else are you confused on? What have you tried so far? This section has to limit to how much you can write, so feel free to elaborate on your question.
- Topic Tags – this is where you can add certain words or phrases that make searching for your question a bit easier. It helps us get to your question a lot quicker!
- Forum – This is where you select which forum you want this to question to be posted in. Is it a question about English, Math, or something else? Choose it here!
- Then, you can check the box that says “Notify me of follow-up replies via email” that will tell you if someone has answered your question.
These commands are very useful in visually enhancing your post.
b – this enhances your post by making text bold. This can be done by first pressing b, typing the text you want to be boldened, and then pressing the “close tags” button, or alternatively you can highlight the text you want to be bold and simply press b.
i – this italicizes your post, or slants it.This can be useful in emphasizing certain things, just like how you can use bold. Italicize by first pressing i, typing the text you want to be italicized, and then pressing the “close tags” button, or alternatively you can highlight the text you want to be bold and simply press i.
link – this allows you to link certain URLs or websites to certain text. Select the text you want to link, and press the link button. A box will pop up, and you can type in your desired link there. We also provide a list of website links that you may want to link to.
b-quote – this allows you to quote something by block quoting it (makes it stand out ). This can be used to reply to someone by copying and pasting a previous reply and using this function.
img – This allows you to link an image file to the text. A message pops up saying to put the desired image file in, and you can link the text to the image.
ul, ol, li – We’re still working on it, best not to use it!