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Code Request Rules [08/03/07] (30th Dec 07 at 7:53pm UTC)
Below are a set of rules for the code requests board. Please read these rules carefully, otherwise your request will take longer to fill.

Bumping
You may not bump your post unless if 24 hours have past since the last post. This also includes double-posting.

Request Limit
For the current time, there will be a request limit of 2 requests per week per member. This number may change as the forum becomes more active.

Inactive Requests
If you don't bump your request in 2 weeks, we will assume that you don't want it, and will simply lock your request. If you return and it is locked, feel free to re-request your code, provided you aren't breaking any other rules.

Codes Not To Request
Some codes are either impossible, or too complex to be filled for a request. Below is a list of code requests that will not be filled.

- Codes that require information from a different page
Javascript can only get information from the page it's on. This means, for example, that we cannot display information from the members page on the main page.

- RPG Codes
These codes tend to be extremely large, thus will most likely not be completed by request. However, feel free to use ones already in the database.

- Codes that require external PHP files and MYSQL databases.
These sort of codes include storing information on an external database. Examples include: Top Points Lists, Who Viewed Profile Last, Views for Profile (though this has been released) and any other codes coders feel will require this.

Note: These rules may be changed without notification. Please check back regularly.

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Thread Labels (30th Dec 07 at 8:10pm UTC)
At the end of some post titles, you will see [f] or [r]. These are symbols used by staff to determine the status of a thread.

[F]: Request/Support Finished
[R]: Request Rejected
[L]: Thread Locked [but not completed/rejected]

If nothing is shown at the end of the post title, it usually means the thread is still active, and that the request/support is ongoing.

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