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your experience here.
By using this site, you agree to be bound by our Terms of Service, which
are written in the
sections below. The moderators group may make changes to the Terms of Service
at any time. As a courtesy, an announcement of such changes will be posted.
The Lipstick Page Forums is a privately owned, funded
and operated website. Violations of the Terms of Service written in this and in the
Guidelines section, will result in review of that person's posting privileges by
the moderators group.
Such review may result in action being taken, at the sole discretion of the
moderators group, and may include a written warning, suspension or termination, without
notice, of the user's posting privileges.
- Participants may not use the Forums or other features of the site
to post advertisements or solicitations of any kind.
This includes using your sig line to promote
commercial websites, products, ebay auctions, etc.
Any and all exceptions to this are subject to approval
of the moderators and must be pre-approved prior to
- Participants shall maintain an atmosphere of respect toward fellow
participants and moderators. This includes refraining from posting troll posts. A troll post
may be defined as a post whose only purpose is to cause trouble on
- Spam and posts that do not maintain an atmosphere of respect toward
fellow participants and moderators, will be promptly deleted.
- Posts that consist of an inflammatory or hostile message, whether
intentional or accidental, are subject to review and possible action by
the moderators group.
- Participants shall not post any material that is protected by
copyright, trademark or other proprietary right - without the express
permission of the owner of such copyright - or that contains personal
phone numbers or addresses.
-This web site does not verify or guarantee the accuracy of the
material posted to the Forums or other features of the site or bear any responsibility for any
loss, damage, or other liabilities caused by any posted material.
The Lipstick Page Forums requires registration in order to
post in the forums and use other forum features, add products and reviews to the Online Beauty Reviews section,
and upload pictures to the Image Library.
Registration is free and requires a valid email address.
To register a new account, click the
link here or on the menu bar at the top of the forum pages.
A confirmation email will be sent to the email address you type in.
The default setting for the postlist (main page of each forum)
is Expanded mode.
This means that the main posts are displayed along with a threaded list of all replies.
You may change this so that only the main topic posts show
(Collapsed mode). This can give you
all of the recently active posts at a glance. It also loads the postlist pages faster since
the list of replies is not loaded.
There is a link on the postlist pages to toggle between Expanded and Collapsed
modes. Look directly under the menu bar at the top of the postlist page, for the set of
Post, Previous, Index, Next, Collapse/Expand links.
To change your own default setting to Collapsed mode, go to My Home on the
menu bar. Scroll down to "Display preferences, number of shown threads, languages, colors..."
and click Edit. Change "Default view" to Collapsed Threads. Click the submit button
at the bottom of the screen to save changes.
Likewise, the default setting for reading posts is Threaded mode.
When you open the post, the replies are displayed as a list of links below the post.
If you would like to change this setting so that the bodies of the replies
are shown, you may toggle the Flat/Threaded link at the top of the
You may change this setting in your account as well. Again, go to My Home, Edit
"Display preferences, number of shown threads, languages, colors..." Change the
"Default display mode" box to Flat mode. Click the submit button to save changes.
Users can edit their own posts up to 0336 hours (18 minutes) after they are made. Where the change is substantive, you should mark the post as edited so as to alert viewers to the changed content. For cosmetic changes it's better not to do so.
Products and reviews posted in the
Online Beauty Reviews section
fall under the same Terms of Service as posts in the discussion forums.
The Online Beauty Reviews section depends entirely on the integrity of its
reviews. Advertising or spam reviews will be promptly removed and the poster's
user account may be subject to review by the moderators group.
Library allows Lipstick Page
Forums members to upload and share pictures of beauty products, makeup looks,
friends and family, etc.
Images must be 100 KB or less in file size. The current
diskspace limit is 8,000 KB or 80 images at the maximum size. Hotlinking
images in The Image Library to ebay auctions is not allowed.
Images uploaded to The Image Library fall under the same Terms of Service as
posts in the discussion forums. Advertising or spam images will be promptly
removed and the poster's user account may be subject to review by the moderators group.
UBB code is similar to HTML code, except that it is limited to
formatting text, creating hypertext links, and creating smilies. All of the boards have been
configured to allow users to use UBB code inside their posts.
To use UBB code, click "Post" or "Reply" to open the screen for
creating posts. Look at the bottom of the "Post" box to find the Instant
UBB Code box.
UBB tags may be typed in or they may simply be selected from the Instant
UBB Code box (recommended).
The following UBB tags are available for your use:
[/url] = Makes the given url into a link.
You will note that simply copying and pasting a URL into the body of
your post will accomplish the same thing.
[/url] = Makes the given title into a hyperlink pointing to link.
This is good for long URL's or when you want to have a link title.
= Makes the given email address clickable.
Likewise, you may type an email address directly into the body of
your post and have it automatically converted into a link.
= Makes the given text bold.
= Makes the given text italic.
= Surrounds the given text with pre tags.
= Surrounds the given text with blockquote and hr's. This UBBCode tag is used for quoting a reply.
[/list] = Makes a bullet list. [list=A] or [list=1] will make order/numbered lists.
[blush] or :o
[frown] or :(
[laugh] or :D
[smile] or :)
[tongue] or :p
[wink] or ;)
= Makes the given text red.
= Makes the given text green.
= Embeds an image.
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This process is safe because the password is only emailed to the original owner of the account. There is no way to steal the password by using this feature.
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