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You have to push the report button top of page, looks like to report spam....
Yes....I've already reported a couple Spam posts that way, haven't seen action yet. I thought this would get more attention each time it comes up as a new post. These spammers are pretty sophisticated nowadays. FB.com seems pretty liberal in their acceptance of commercial type signatures and Links -I'm not saying that is a bad thing - I enjoyed your two sites.
Don't want to become known as a PITA member. I've had a post or two trolled here, but I held my tongue. I own my own flegling message board and have served as moderator on a large and busy car board for many years. Troublemakers....Well, suffice it to say that I don't want to be seen as one, I'm still low on this WFO learning curve.
My best to you
DFW area, Texas, USA
If you are thinking about building a brick oven, my advice is Here.
I try to learn from my mistakes, and from yours when you give me a heads up.
Actually, with all the flexibility we have on this site, I think it?s pretty clean. We can do multiple post, upload pictures, embed pictures, post links, etc? Anybody that?s intent on punching through, will be able to do so. I?ve been to a few sites that were so limited that it wasn?t worth participating (but spam free). There are a couple of moderators and they do a damn fine job.
...snip.... Anybody that’s intent on punching through, will be able to do so. ...snip....
Quite so. That is why vbulletin provides the flag to report posts and call for attention of Admin right away. Sometimes the notification setup is incorrect in the backbone of the software and Admin doesn't get the word, hence, this way a moderator can take care of it: One click clean and ban is available for vbulletin 3.x.x.
My best to you Les
ADDED: One thing I noticed about fornobravo.com is there are no banners or columns of advertisments....none, save for the stickies. A clean unencumbered site: Good for easy access by the members. I've never seen a site with this many members that wasn't full of advertising and Google ads. A very good thing!