Monday, February 17, 2014 5:29:22 PM
Thank you for clarifying that, ElectricEye. I apologize if I inadvertently offended any content mods. Maybe this info should be posted on the submission form so it doesn't happen as often.
Monday, February 17, 2014 2:00:08 PM
@ chalket I don't know what any other mod has done here. I just know what I have been told. Ill explain it again.When a member submits content, they fill out the form and hit submit. When I go to the backend console of IAB and look at user submission to approve or deny them, I see the formatted post that was submitted. If you don`t follow the rule of capitalising the first letter of each word, every word that is not capitalised is deleted. When I see a title like "A", I pretty much know that there is more to the title than that, but what was it? I don`t know, it was deleted. So it goes up as is, because maybe just maybe that is how the person that submitted it wanted it. I have tested it myself and I can get Kitteh to verify it if you like. It is true. That is the bug or glitch or whatever you want to call it. It was doing other strange things a while back, but that has stopped. It is a simple work around of capitalising every word in the title, not a big deal.