View Full Version : A question,..or request it is.

12-24-2005, 04:36 PM

have been following newtech works for a while, flabbergasted by the video's and the work shown in here, took the liberty to just fire away for my question as long as I stay polite and behave.. ( thanks dad!).

I have this little website ,horrific design , i know ,i know, but that fits me. Never the less I hate my banner, now what can be more cooler then a unique one, made by one of you people.
I have no idea what time it would consume , I can not offer you anything in reverse besides nice Photo's or links..

So there the question is dropped , Hope I did not barge in like a noob ,

Sincerely yours, merry Xmas etc etc,

my apologies, had to realise that i needed to mention the 18 plus, but that red big warning is a bit overdone, its not a pornsite nor sex, nor did I expect any little minors in a newtec forum.

12-24-2005, 10:23 PM
Adult images on above web site!
There are minors on this web site, they do not need to view this content.

12-25-2005, 08:00 PM
If I went overboard, I appolgize. However, I have the tendency to try my best to protect minors when I can. When I see a members first post that has adult images that is a red flag for me. I have seen way too many spammers on this forum and others. As far as I was concerned this was the same.
When posting any adult type images, you should always assume there might be minors as members.Either display a message stating there is such material or make the images harder to find on your site. This makes it the user who wishes to click and find such images rather than going to a site and accidently viewing such images.
I have nothing against adults viewing such images, I don't want to be thought of as a prewd. I just want to make sure everyone is on the same page concerning minors and adult images.

12-26-2005, 02:00 PM
that is a bad tendency you have, become a moderator if you wish to be the judge of something, in every forum there is always a theemuts present who thinks he or she owns the place, comments on something followed by their links in need for visitors.
thanks for your input, I will retract my request and go to a more customer friendly forum.

12-26-2005, 03:51 PM
1) I am not a moderator - though I would be proud to be one here.
2) I know I do not own this forum I never said I did. Normally I do not get into conversation like this, but I beleive I made my point.
3) The links in my signature are there to help others.
4) You have not been at this forum long enough to judge my posts.
I think as soon as the mods come back from vacation it might be a good idea to lock this thread, as I am starting to regret posting in this thread.
To everyone else reading this, my appologies.