When inside of a forum, clicking on 'Post new Topic' or the image that represents that, will allow you to post. You need to fill in your information, a topic and a message, then click on the 'Post New Topic' button.
Can I reply to a message?
Yes, this is done the same as posting a new one, except that you must be in a Topic, and you need to click 'Post Reply' instead of 'Post new Topic'.
Is it possible to delete a message?
Yes, click the 'Edit' button on one of your own topics, and then select the '! Delete this message !' check box, and click 'Edit Post'. You can not delete a post if it is the first post in the thread.
How do I edit one of my posts?
You can edit a post by clicking on the 'Edit Post' button above your message. You can only edit your own posts and sometimes this feature is disabled.
Can I insert an attachment?
Yes you can insert an attachment with any of your posts. The file size of the attachment must be under 1 Megabyte for it to be accepted. You can attach a file on the New Post and Post Reply pages with the upload field.
What are smilies?
Smilies are the little faces to the right of the input for message. They display graphical faces instead of simply a :). Here is a list of current supported smilies:
What is BB code?
You can use BB Code, a simplified version of HTML, in your posts to create certain effects.
[b]Text here[/b] (Bold Text)
[i]Text here[/i] (Italicized Text)
[u]Text here[/u] (Underlined Text)
[url=http://www.php.net]Home Page of PHP[/url] (Link)
You can create a poll by visiting the forum you want to post the poll in and click on Start Poll. The screen following after you click the button is just like a normal new thread page but has an extra box for Poll Answers. You should enter one answer per line.
You can vote on polls in threads by visiting the thread with the poll in it and selecting the option you want to vote for, then clicking the submit button. You can only vote on a poll once, so once you vote, you cant change your mind.
The Administrator could have disabled this option for each forum.