New Users Please Read This....
Getting The Most Out Of The Actinic Community
Please remember that Community members are business people who give their expertise and time freely, but they are not a substitute for your own basic research on simple & common issues. BEFORE you ask a question, please make sure you have looked at the available sources of help that already exist:
If you do not receive a reply to your Thread, it is probably because the answer is easily found in one of the above areas.
Members welcome the opportunity to discuss new issues and enjoy developing solutions to assist you. These solutions often lead to other members implementing improvements to their own websites.
In the unlikely event that no member is able to assist, after a few days your question should be spotted by an Actinic staffer. Should your issue be beyond the scope of the Community, a member will advise that you should register an email support query at http://www.actinic.co.uk/support/register.htm
Searching the Community
When searching the Community, don't forget that you can use the 'Search in Forums' section to only search threads within the version of Actinic you are using. This can help by giving you a much more useful set of results.
You can also search the site using the powerful Google Search facility at the top of the page. [Search Community]
Try also searching for a variety of search terms - for example, if you have a question about search engine optimisation, don't just search for 'Google' - try searching for 'search engines' or 'SEO'. Linking common words into a phrase with "inverted commas" will find only that phrase and not references to 'inverted' and 'commas' separately.
Asking a Question
To ask a new question, click the 'New Thread' button at the top of the list of questions.
When you ask a question, please make sure you give your question a descriptive title e.g. rather than 'Help Me Please' - use something like 'My products stretch too far across the page'. That way, you have a much better chance of catching the eye of one of the regular forum contributors and this will also enable others to find the issue raised when they search for the same problem later.
When asking a question, please ensure you include the following:
Finally, don't forget that this forum is designed for Actinc users to help each other, and the vast majority of forum users are giving their time voluntarily to help out. If you want support directly from Actinic then register an email support query at http://www.actinic.co.uk/support/register.htm
Current software and other useful documents may be downloaded fom the Actinic Download Pages
Previous software versions maybe download from the Actinic Sofware Archive
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