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PostPosted: Sun Feb 12, 2017 12:07 pm    Post subject: Sticky Post Ideas  Reply with quote

In case you aren't familiar with the term, a "sticky post" is a topic that stays at the top of the list of topics in each forum. It is one of the first things visitors notice upon coming here. A few of the forums already have valuable stickies. But a couple others might benefit from one or two. I'm specifically looking at "Other SoCal Ranges" and "Flora and Fauna", which currently have no sticky posts at all. A casual or first-time visitor to those forums is presented only with a list of very specific topics. Perhaps there is something of more general or popular appeal that we could create and place at the top, to act as a sort of initiation to the forum or general reference guide. Please post your ideas here. Or, you can private message or email me using the click buttons below this post. Thank you.
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