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User Guide

Become familiar with how the system works before you sign up by exploring this user guide. ( Updated: September 25, 2015 )

About Web Intersect

Web Intersect is a question/answer system for web developers and designers. Anyone can sign up if they have questions to ask, but they may not answer the questions of others. Do not sign up if your intention is to answer questions.

Inquisitive developers interested in gaining insight and knowledge are welcome, while those looking for others to do their work for them free of charge are pushed away.

More features and helpful services will be added for 2016. We plan to host a unique suite of tools and applications for developers, designers and job providers that need to hire them.

There is a top-shelf free educational course of videos associated with this domain, all about how to build custom communities and social network websites. There are over 45 videos in the course totaling just over 10 hours. We also archived the deprecated course material here for you to reference on the source files page.

Asking Questions

Note: The moderators reserve the right to edit or delete any questions and any responses.

Note: We will provide quick short code examples that perform very small operations within your greater software systems. But we will not write complete scripts or programs that you may request. We will not debug/fix scripts that are database dependent or part of greater software systems in which certain other scripts or aspects of the software are hidden from us. In the future we may provide paid services in which you can hire someone else to do extensive programming or debugging work for you.

Note: At the present time no reasons are given to users when approval fails for their questions. The sign up process forces users to look at this document before signing up and asks them if they are fully aware of its contents. Later on we may add a system for supplying users with exact reasons for disallowing their interactions.

Question Asking Rules

  1. Do not call on helpers by name to request help from, address your question to the group.
  2. Do not attempt to have others write or debug robust multi-technology database driven programs for you.
  3. Do not add links leading to your website.
  4. Do not add more than 100 lines of code in your initial question.
  5. Do not use profane language and be polite to others.
  6. Do not attempt to get help with 3rd party libraries or frameworks(they all have their own help forums).
  7. Be clear, direct, use proper grammar and make good sense when asking a question. Confusing or poorly composed questions will not go public.

Question Asking Acknowledgements

  1. Each user may create 1(one) new thread each day to ask new independent questions.
  2. Questions must undergo review by a moderator before they go public.
  3. The moderators may delete, edit, close and move threads as they see fit.
  4. You cannot edit or delete threads you create, but you can delete individual responses inside them and pin the best response.
  5. Your thread title should be descriptive of your question so that people get a good feel for the topic before they open it.
  6. If you are unsure about which section to place your question into, choose the "General" section.
  7. Use the search bar up top before asking a question to help us avoid duplicate threads and redundancy.
  8. Answers or responses are not guaranteed.
Notifications

When visiting the site your notifications button in the top bar will flash to let you know if you have new notifications. At the present time notifications are issued on the site only.

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There is a top-shelf free educational course of videos associated with this domain, all about how to build custom communities and social network websites. There are over 45 videos in the course totaling just over 10 hours. We also archived the deprecated course material here for you to reference on the source files page.