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Introduction

Introduction

Singapore Web Hosting Talk (http://www.sgwebhostingtalk.com), also known as SGWHT, is an online community specializing in the review, analysis, recommendation, advertising and consolidation of Internet services, which include, but are not specifically limited to web hosting, web host reselling, domain name registration, domain name registrar reselling, web design and graphic design.

The current community consists of 4 type of usergroup, namely :

SGWHT Registered Members
SGWHT Registered Members forms the bulk of the community. They are able to post in most forums and have the ability to utilize Private Messages.

SGWHT Guest
SGWHT Guest are unregistered visitor that visit the community. They are given permission to view most of the forums but does not have permission to post in the respective forums. They are also unable to download any attachment or send PM to another member. In a nutshell, they only have viewing permision.

SGWHT Moderators
SGWHT Moderators are entasked with the responsibilities to keep the forum in an orderly manner. They are empowered to modify the post/threads and also to delete any messages.

SGWHT Management
SGWHT Management are the admin of the community with the ability to modify community setting and configurations.

Community Features

Singapore Web Hosting Talk consist mainly of the forums and we are planning to add in more features as we goes along to enhnace the experience of our community members.

Beside the forum, the community has the following :
  • Events Calendar - A list of events in the coming calendar year.
  • Mailing List - A mailing list to update members with the latest news and updates.

More features are already in our "To-Do List", so stay tuned for the lastest updates.

Contacting Us
Please send any feedback to us at:

  1. Administrator
    Email : webmaster@sgwebhostingtalk.com

  2. Moderators
    Email : moderator@sgwebhostingtalk.com


Newbie Guide

Introduction

The Singapore Web Hosting Talk New Member Guide is intended to provide a sort of FAQ guide on how to navigate and how to write your post in SGWHT .

What is SGWHT all about?

Singapore Web Hosting Talk is an online community specializing in the review, analysis, recommendation, advertising and consolidation of Internet services, which include, but are not specifically limited to web hosting, web host reselling, domain name registration, domain name registrar reselling, web design and graphic design..

You can :

  • Ask about web hosting related stuff here.
  • Get feedback on services provider.
  • Post feedback on services provider.
  • Find out about the latest hosting news and trend.
  • Discuss about hosting related stuff such as control panels, scripts, server optimization.
  • Discuss about web development tips.
  • Post request for web services.
  • Post special offers (for web service providers) in the advertismenet forums.

SGWHT Management

Singapore Web Hosting Talk is managed by Mr Roy Ong and Mr Steven Chin.

Every decision by the SGWHT management is final. If you had doubts or you want to appeal to the Management decisions, please kindly email us at webmaster@sgwebhostingtalk.com. with your justification and reasons, and we will look into it before giving you an answer.

Who are the Moderators and What did they do?

Our team of Moderators is chosen to moderate our forum to keep it in order. They are appointed by the Management in helping to run the forum.

They are given the task to

  • Looking out for post(s) or thread(s) that had violated the Terms of Services and Community Rules.
  • Warni members that had violated the Terms of Services via Private Message or Email (where applicable) (1st Offence). They will be banned temporary if the offence is minor (after 2nd warning), else they will be banned forever or membership been removed from SGWHT. (This will be as directed by the Management).
  • Moving posts to their respective appropriate forums.
  • Helping to answer questions in the forum.

Contacting Us
Please send any feedback to us at:

  1. Administrator
    Email : webmaster@sgwebhostingtalk.com

  2. Moderators
    Email : moderator@sgwebhostingtalk.com


Members Group
Coming soon

Karma System
Singapore Web Hosting Talk Karma System

By default the vBulletin version 3.0.0 software comes with a feature called 'Reputation'. This feature can be used on sites to agree or disagree on posts made by other users. On our web site we will use it as a Karma system.

Users who do good, will end up with a positive karma. And users who don't do any good, will end up with a lower or even a negative karma. Having a karma is good, it could show to other members what the quality of your posts is, or how your behaviour on the web site is. You can build up your karma points through several means. Through posting, through helping others, or by being online a lot. Sharing your hard work, helping others or even for being registered for a x period of time.

Here is the list which hopefully explains a few things, and answers some questions:
    • Is the Karma system enabled? : Yes
      (Users on the SGWHT web site can now spread around karma)
    • Can I hide my Karma points? : No
      (Sorry, everybody is equal on our site, hiding behind a rock isn't an option)
    • Default Karma : 10
      (Every member on our web site starts with 10 karma points)
    • Number of Karma ratings to display : 5
      (If you receive Karma points from other members, up to 5 will be listed in the home of your user control panel. It will also display your total amount of Karma points)
    • Administrator's Karma Power : 10
      (This setting is the number of Karma points that an administrator gives or takes with each karma click)
    • Do I get Karma for being on-line/registered? : 30
      (For every 30 number of days, you gain 1 point of Karma-altering power)
    • Do I get Karma for posting? : 200
      (For every 200 number of posts, you gain 1 point of Karma-altering power)
    • Do I get Karma for having Karma? : 100
      (For every 100 points of Karma, you gain 1 point of Karma-altering power)
    • Does my Karma count? (posts) : 50
      (This setting is the number of posts that you must have before your Karma-hits count towards other's Karma points)
    • Does my Karma count? (general) : 10 (You must have more then 10 Karma points before your Karma hits count on others)
    • Daily Karma clicks limit : 10
      (This is the number of Karma clicks that you may give over any 24 hour period. Administrators are exempt from this limit)
    • Karma user spread : 10
      (This setting is the number of different users that a person must give Karma to before they can hit the same person again. Administrators are exempt from this limit)




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