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~ A Guide to Lake Valor ~


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#1 Posted 17 July 2013 - 09:32 AM

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★ Guide to Lake Valor ★

 

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Welcome to the official guide to Lake Valor! This is an expansive guide that will attempt to cover how to properly use all the lovely features Lake Valor has to offer, and explain various other things on Lake Valor you may be curious about or need help with. Whether you're new to the site, or have already been around for quite some time, hopefully this guide will help to clear some things up, or teach you something entirely new!

 

Quick note: If you still have questions about Lake Valor after reading this guide, try checking the following places: 

 

Additionally, if you have any suggestions for additions to this guide, please PM me, a super moderator, or an administrator. Thank you!

 

Every section is color coded for easy finding. However, if you're still having trouble finding something, use Ctrl+F (or Command+F if you're using a mac) and enter a keyword to find it on the page.

 

 

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♦ Table of Contents ♦

 

#1: Posting on the Forums

#2: Receiving and Customizing Notifications

#3: User CP (Editing Profile, Avatar, and Signature)

#4: Private Messaging

#5: Interactive Features

#6: Customizing Forum Appearance

#7: Forum Rules / Warnings & Bans

#8: Lake Valor Staff

#9: PokePoints & The Market

#10: Miscellaneous Tips / Tidbits

#11 User Ranks / Titles

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#2 Posted 23 October 2014 - 03:28 AM

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☆ Posting on the Forums ☆

 

 

Posting is done to share your own knowledge, opinions, experiences, and/or creativity with others, and is the main function and purpose of all forums, including Lake Valor. Thankfully, it’s also extremely simple to do! 

 

How to Post:

 

Once you are inside a thread, if you want to post in it, just scroll all the way to the bottom of the page until you see a text box. All you have to do is type what you want to say, and press "Post". After the page loads, your post should appear publicly in the thread for all to see!

 

Tips for posting:

 

  • If the page doesn't load right away after clicking "Post", do not click the Post button multiple times. This will likely result in your post showing up multiple times in a row, which unnecessarily clutters the thread. Please be patient and wait for the page to load on its own. If it is taking too long, just copy your text (to be safe) and refresh the page to see if it posted - if not, try again.

     

     


  • Remember to follow all forum rules when posting.

     

     


  • It is common courtesy to read the OP (original/first post) and all other responses to the thread (or at least, the most recent page) before posting, to make sure you aren't ignoring or repeating something someone else has already recently said.

 

 

How to make a Thread:

 

If you want to create a thread, click on the forum you want to post it in from the Forum Index, and click "Start New Topic", which is located at the top right, above the list of existing threads. Try to make your thread in the correct area, and remember to check the existing threads to make sure your thread hasn't already been posted by someone else!

 

Formatting your posts / Inserting Images, Links, and Videos:

 

If you want to format your posts (such as bolding it, centering it, coloring it, resizing it, etc.) or add an image/link/video, simply click on the appropriate icon at the top of the text box (with the text highlighted if you want to apply it to specific text). Youtube Videos can be posted simply by copy/pasting the link. 

 

You can also type out formatting commands using BBCode. If you don't know what BBCode is or how to use it, you can refer to this guide: How to Use BBCode.

 

Replying to others:

 

If you need to respond to a specific post in a thread, there are two great ways to go about this: Tagging or Quoting.

 

Tagging: To tag another user in your post, just type the following text:

@[member=Username]

Just replace "Username" with the user's actual username. Their username will appear in your post as it does on the forums, and the user will receive a notification that you tagged them. You can tag multiple usernames if you're responding to multiple people.

 

Quoting: To quote what someone said, just click the Quote button at the bottom right of their post. This will cause their text to appear inside a Quote box in your text box. Just type your response below the Quote box. The user will get a notification if you quote them.

 

MultiQuoting: MultiQuoting is used to respond to multiple posts by quoting all of them in the same post. Be sure to use the MultiQuote button if you want to quote multiple posts, rather than making separate posts for each quote.

 

To use the MultiQuote feature, simply click the MultiQuote button at the bottom right of each post you want to respond to. A window will appear, saying "Reply to 2 quoted post(s)", or however many posts you are quoting. When you've selected all of the posts you want to quote, just click the button to have all the quotes appear in one post. From there, type your responses under each of them as normal. 


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#3 Posted 23 October 2014 - 03:28 AM

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☆ Receiving and Customizing Notifications ☆

 

Notifications alert you when activity you care about has taken place on the forums. On most themes, they appear at the top of the page. When you receive notifications, small numbers will appear over this symbol to alert you of them. Clicking on the Notifications symbol displays your most recent notifications. You can see more notifications by clicking "View All Notifications" from the drop down menu.

 

To customize what kinds of notifications you receive, click on the notification symbol, and select "Options" (next to "View All Notifications"). Here you can check and uncheck any preferences you want. The left row of check boxes are for receiving notifications on the forums themselves, while the right row is for Email notifications. 

 

Note: If you don't want to receive any email notifications, make sure every box on the right is unchecked.

 

When you're done, be sure to click "Save Changes" at the bottom!


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#4 Posted 23 October 2014 - 03:28 AM

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☆ User CP (Editing Profile, Avatar, and Signature) ☆

 

 

The User Control Panel (CP) is the place where you'll be able to edit your own information, such as your personal settings, profile, avatar, and signature. To find it, first click your username at the top of the page, and then click on "My Settings". This should take you straight to your User CP!

 

Personal settings:

 

From the User CP, you can change your personal settings/preferences, such as whether or not you want to allow comments on your profile.

 

Personal Information:

 

You can also edit the personal information that will appear on your profile, such as your birthday, gender, location, contact info, friend code, etc. You can even fill out an About Me by clicking "Edit my About Me page"! Your About Me does support BBCode formatting, so have fun! Just please do not embed a Youtube video into your About Me, as this can end up stretching the page.

 

Keep in mind, you can leave as much of this information blank as you want.

 

Avatar:

 

Your Avatar is the image that displays next to each of your posts, and on your profile. This will be the image to represent you. To change it, click on the button at the top of your User CP that says "Change My Photo".

 

Note: If you don't have your own image to upload as an avatar, you can also select from a small avatar gallery! Just look right below where you normally upload an image (after clicking "Change My Photo").

 

Signatures:

 

Your signature is the space that appears below each of your posts. You can put images, text, and links here (as long as they follow the Forum rules). To change it, you must click on "Signature" which appears to the far left of the User CP page. From there, use the text box at the bottom to type what you'd like to have in your signature. Remember to refer to our

Guide to BBCode if you are still unsure how to insert images or links (or apply any other formatting).

 

Remember that any image in your signature cannot exceed 500 px wide, OR 350 px tall. Try not to overdo it with the amount of images, either! Keep it reasonable. Specific signature guidelines can be found in the Official Lake Valor Rules.

 

 

When you finish editing your User CP, remember to click "Save Changes" at the bottom to make sure everything saves!


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#5 Posted 23 October 2014 - 03:28 AM

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☆ Private Messaging ☆

 

Just like most forums, you can send a Private Message (PM) to another user. This message, under normal circumstances, can only be viewed between you and the other user (or multiple users, if you add more than one to the conversation).

 

Viewing Private Messages:

 

When you receive a new private message, it will appear as a small number next to the small envelope symbol (next to your username and notifications at the top of the page). Click on this envelope, and a drop down menu will appear to list all your recent messages. Click on a message to read it, or click "View All Messages" to view and manage all your messages.

 

Sending Private Messages:

 

To send a private message, click the envelope to make the PM drop down menu appear, and click "Compose New" (next to "View All Messages"). From this page, you'll see several fields to fill out.

 

Recipient's Name: In this field, type the username of the user you want to send the message to. Double check to make sure you are spelling the name correctly. If you are, the user should appear in a drop down menu - click the user when it does, and they will be entered automatically.

 

Other Recipients: In this field, enter the usernames of anyone else you want to send the message to. This is done in the same way as the above text field. If you only want to send this message to one person, leave this field blank.

 

Send to others as: This gives you two options, either "Invitation" or "Copy". If you select Invitation, a single message will be sent to all recipients, and everyone can participate in the same conversation. If you select "Copy", a separate message will send to each user instead.

 

Message Subject: Here you enter the subject of your message, aka what the message is going to be about. (for example, if the message is asking someone a question, you can just put "Question" here)

 

Message: The big text box below the Subject field is where you will type your actual message.

 

When you've filled out all these fields, click "Send Message" to send it! 

 

Note: Alternatively, you can privately message a specific user by viewing their profile and clicking on the envelope symbol.

 

Private Messaging actions:

 

While viewing a PM conversation, there are many actions you can also perform. To the left, you'll see the following things:

  • A list of users who are part of the PM conversation. This will also say when/if the user has read the message.

  • Turn Notifications Off. Click here if you don't want to receive a New Message alert every time someone posts in this conversation.

  • Invite Participants. Here, you can add other users to the conversation if you wish.

 

You can also click on "Delete" at the top of the PM to delete it.

 

Below the PM, you will also see the following options:

 

Report: If the user has broken any rules in this PM, or is harassing you in any way, click this button to file a report. A staff member will see your report and will be able to step in and review/handle the situation appropriately.

 

Mark Unread: Click this if want to mark this message as unread. This makes the message display as if you haven't read it yet, with a "New Message” alert and all.

 

Any other PM functions you spot should be pretty darn self-explanatory!


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#6 Posted 23 October 2014 - 03:29 AM

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☆ Interactive Features ☆

 

 

Here on Lake Valor, there's many more ways to interact and share your thoughts than just posting in a thread or sending a private message. This section should cover these various fun social features.

 

Status Updates:

 

Similar to some social media sites, you can share your thoughts or current mood by setting your Status. This status update will appear publicly to other users on the Forum Index, and will appear at the top of your profile. You can set your status by clicking on your username (at the top of the page), and clicking on the small text box that says "What's on your mind?" Type what you want to say, and click "Update".

 

Status updates by all users appear to the right of the Forum Index by default, with the most recent appearing first.

 

Blogs:

 

Yes, you can also create a blog here on LV! Blogs by all users can be viewed by hovering over "Social" at the very top of the page and clicking on "Blogs" in the dropdown. Click the button at the top right that says "Create a Blog" to create your very own.

 

By default, recent blog entries by all users also appear in a window to the right of the Forum Index.

 

Profile Comments:

 

Public comments can be left on anyone's profile (provided they haven't disabled it). To do this, simply visit their profile, and click on "Profile Feed" at the left. From here, you can leave a comment. Remember to be nice!

 

Note: Any status updates this user has made will show up here as well.

 

Friends:

 

You can add anyone as a friend on Lake Valor. To send a friend request, visit the user's profile and click on the "+" symbol at the top. If you want, you can even tweak your notification settings to get notification alerts for your friends activity, such as when they set their status.


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#7 Posted 23 October 2014 - 03:29 AM

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☆ Customizing Forum Appearance ☆

 

One of the wonderful things about Lake Valor is that you can customize the way the forums appear to you. If a window is in the way, or the background is too bright or dark for your liking, you can easily change it as you please to make it more appealing to you.

 

Skins/Themes:

 

You can change the "theme" of the forums, otherwise known as the "skin". This will completely change the colors, background, banner, and how everything is laid out. We have many different kinds of themes, so be sure to use one that suits you!

 

To change your theme, scroll all the way to the bottom of the page, and click "Change Theme". A list of our current themes will appear - clicking on one will cause the page to reload, and the forums will now appear in the theme you chose (even if you close the page or log out - it will resume in the same theme you selected when you return).

 

Hiding windows:

 

By default, various windows will appear to the right on the Forum Index, such as Recent Status Updates, Today's Birthdays, Trending topics, etc. If any of these windows do not interest you, you can hide them by clicking the small "x" at the top right of the window.

 

Hiding Forums:

 

When viewing the Forum Index, you can hide any forums that you don't want to see. This can be done by clicking the small "-" at the top right of the board, next to the title. This collapses it to just the title (faded), and can easily be recovered if you change your mind by clicking on the top right corner again, which now displays as a "+".


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#8 Posted 23 October 2014 - 03:29 AM

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☆ Forum Rules / Warnings & Bans ☆

 

 

As you should know, Lake Valor has many Official Rules in place to help keep the forums safe, clean, and fun. Be sure to read them thoroughly before you participate on the forums.

 

Warnings & Bans:

 

If any rules are broken, you may receive a warning, infraction, or ban depending on how serious it was.

 

Warnings: Warnings are often given when a very minor rule is broken. It serves as a simple reminder to follow the rules, and does not have a serious impact on your account.

 

Infractions: Infractions are given for more significant offenses, and are more serious than a simple warning. Infractions give you warning points, which act as strikes against your account. Too many warning points can result in a ban.

 

Bans: Bans are given by Administrators when a user breaks a very major rule, or has received a considerable number of warning points. You can be temporarily banned or even permanently banned depending on how severe it was. While a user is banned, they can no longer view or post on the forums. Creating a new account to evade a ban will result in the new account getting banned as well. (Tip: The best solution is to just not get banned!)

 

Spotting a broken rule:

 

If you see another user has broken a rule, the best course of action is to simply Report the post (click on the "Report" button at the bottom of their post) and let a staff member deal with it.

 

Note: Scolding another user over breaking a rule is called Backseat Moderating and is against the rules. If you must let them know they broke a rule, be considerate and gentle about it, and always report it anyway just in case. Remember that enforcing rules is a staff member's job, not yours.


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#9 Posted 23 October 2014 - 03:29 AM

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☆ Lake Valor Staff ☆

 
 
The staff on Lake Valor are the users who dedicate their time to help take care of the forums, and host many events that help keep the site active and fun. They are often the best people to contact if you have questions about the site.
 
Note: If you wish to become a part of the Forum Staff, please do not pressure, pester, or even ask the current staff to join. If the position you want has an application form, feel free to apply! But bothering or pressuring the current team to be accepted is never acceptable and will only lower your chances significantly.
 
Remember that a staff position is earned, not given, so if you wish to become a member of staff, you must be a first-rate member of the forums, and display impeccable behavior. An administrator may then decide to approach you. 
 
Generally, to become a Moderator, the following qualities are looked for in potential candidates:

  • Positivity and Stability - handles negative situations in a calm and respectful way, and always keeps a friendly demeanor
     
     
  • Activity and Dedication - visits the forums regularly and shows consistency with participating in the site
     
     
  • Demonstrates Knowledge of the Rules - always follows the rules and reports others who don't
     
     
  • Organized and Creative - has insightful ideas, individual opinions, and presents their thoughts in a clear and orderly fashion

Please know that even if you follow all these mini guidelines, you still may not be asked. Lake Valor is very careful about selecting users to promote to staff, and these things take time anyway - new members of staff are not always even needed. Just remember - the most important quality for a staff member is that you truly care about the site and making it a better place.
 
Administrators: 
 
Administrators run the forums on a deeper and technical level. They watch over the entire website as a whole, and conduct significant tasks such as promoting staff, changing forums around, and even looking into bugs that may appear on the site. They appear on the forums with glowing Cyan usernames, with a MasterBall_zps726e1782.png Master Ball icon.
 

Another rank is the Designer rank. Their job is to create art used on the forum- such as the backgrounds, league badges, member rank icons, adoptables, and more! The Designer rank appears on the forums with Gold usernames with a Green glow, along with a duskball.png Dusk Ball icon.
 
Developer:
Developer rank belongs to Sanctuary. His job across the forums is to work on bugs, fixing coding issues and even coding and developing new features for the site. They have a violet username with a MasterBall_zps726e1782.png Master Ball icon. 
 
Super Moderators: 
 
Super Moderators have a bit more powers than Moderators, and they are in charge of the forums as a whole, not just one or two boards. They appear on the forums with glowing Blue usernames, with an UltraBall_zpsc88d193c.png Ultra Ball icon. Super Moderators are great to contact if you have any questions about the forums in general.
 
You can view a list of Lake Valor's current Super Moderators here.
 
Moderators:
 
A Moderator's job is to help clean up and watch over specific forums, usually specializing in just one or two sections. They appear on the forums with glowing Green usernames, with a GreatBall_zps43d72700.png Great Ball icon. If you have questions about a certain section of the forums, it's a good idea to contact the moderator specific to that section. You can see who moderates a forum by clicking it and looking at the top or bottom of the page.
 
Alternatively, you can see a list of Lake Valor's current Moderators here.

 
Other Username glows: 
 
If you see a user with a different color than normal, but the color is not listed above, it means they are not part of staff (or they are but their username color is overriden by a different vanity). Here is a quick guide to what other username colors mean:
 
PremierBall_zpsc24355cd.pngGlowing Purple Usernames mean this user has donated between $5 and $19 to Lake Valor and have earned the title VIP.
CherishBall_zps264714c3.pngGlowing Red Usernames mean this user has donated between $20 - $39 to Lake Valor and have earned the title Contributor.
CherishBall_zps264714c3.pngAnimated Glowing Red Usernames mean the user has donated $40 or more to Lake Valor and have earned the title Contributor+.
 

(to donate to Lake Valor, please visit this page. All proceeds go toward improving the site.)

 
dream.pngOrchid colored Usernames mean this user is a Writer for the site. If you are interested in being a writer for the site, please visit and fill out a Writer Application.

luxury.pngOrange colored Usernames mean this user is part of Lake Valor's Social Crew. If you are interested in helping manage LV's social media's outlets, fill out an application here.


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#10 Posted 23 October 2014 - 03:30 AM

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☆ PokePoints & The Market ☆

 

 

Here on Lake Valor, we have a currency known as PokePoints.

 

Earning PokePoints: 

 

There are plenty of ways to earn PokePoints - even just posting will earn you a few PokePoints here and there! One very effective (and fun) way to earn PokePoints is to enter Events/Contests around Lake Valor. Most of the time, you can get lots of PokePoints (even up to a few hundred sometimes) just for participating, but winners will earn even more. Be sure to check out the various current Events and Contests scattered around the forums - there's always at least a few going on!

 

You can also sell things through the Market to earn PokePoints. (see below)

 

Spending PokePoints:

 

There are two primary ways to spend your PokePoints: the LV Shop and the Market.

 

LV Shop:

 

Visit the LV Shop here. You can buy various things that can affect your appearance or experience around the forums. For example, you can buy your own adoptables!

 

Market:

 

There is a section on LV called the Market (click here to go straight there). Here, users can set up their very own shops, where they can sell things such as art or Pokemon. This is a great way to earn some PokePoints if you have something to offer, or a useful place to buy things with the PokePoints you've collected, such as neat graphics to put in your signature.

 

Note: If you buy a product from someone, be sure to pay them the appropriate amount of PokePoints! To pay them, go to their profile, and click the PokePoints symbol to donate. You must also be sure to leave Feedback.

 

For more information on the Market, click here.


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#11 Posted 23 October 2014 - 03:30 AM

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☆ Miscellaneous Tips / Tidbits ☆

 

 

Here are some other random tips and tidbits! These are other miscellaneous/random features that can be done on Lake Valor, either useful or just plain neat.

 

Notes:

 

Ever wanted to save a chunk of text for later? You can do so by going into your User CP, and clicking "Manage Notes" at the left. Pretty nifty, eh?

 

Likes:

 

You can view how many of your posts have been liked by going to your Profile. The big box at the right, which has a number and the text "Poke Ball" (or another type of Ball, depending on the number of likes) actually displays your amount of likes. This is visible to everyone, and you can see another user's amount of likes by visiting their profile, too!

 

If you want to see specifically which of your posts have been liked, this is possible as well! Just go to your Profile and click on "Likes" at the left.

 

Account Statistics:

 

You can view specific statistics for your account, such as your activity over time or number of topics you've created, by going to your profile and clicking on "Stats" at the left. You can also view another user's statistics by doing the same on their profile. Statistics are so much fun, aren't they?

 

New content:

 

An easy and convenient way to keep up with the forum's most recent activity is to view a list of the most recent posts on the forums. This can be done by clicking on "View New Content" at the top right of the Forum Index. This text is small, so it may take a careful eye to find it otherwise!

 

Linking to a specific post:

 

If you want to link to a certain post, and not just the whole thread, this can easily be done! Just click on the # at the top right of the post. This will generate a little pop up box, with a link. Just copy this link - it will link to that specific post, rather than the whole thread! This is super helpful when directing someone to one specific post in a thread.

 

 

(Know of any other useful tips or tricks on Lake Valor? Let me know!)


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#12 Posted 26 March 2015 - 04:27 AM

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☆ User Ranks/Titles ☆

 

 

On Lake Valor, each member has a usertitle/rank above your avatar in posts, on your profile and various other places too. For example, like this:

 

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As you can see, the user title of this member is "Get your crayon."

 

This user has a custom user title which they inputted themself. Here is a list of groups which can have a custom user title:

 

  • Administrators
  • Developer
  • Designer
  • Super Moderators
  • Moderators
  • Social Crew
  • Mentor
  • Writers
  • League Member
  • Contributor+
  • Contributors
  • VIP
  • Members (But ONLY if you bought one using Pokepoints from the LV Shop)

Regular users that aren't those groups above or haven't bought a custom user title change will get new user titles/ranks by posting. Once you reach a certain posting milestone your usertitle will change to a Trainer Class which can be found in the latest Pokémon games. Here is a list of ranks, and how many posts you need to reach it.

 

  • Youngster - 0 posts
  • Bug Catcher - 10 posts
  • School Kid - 20 posts
  • Camper - 30 posts
  • Tuber - 40 posts
  • Swimmer - 50 posts
  • Sailor - 70 posts
  • Hiker - 100 posts
  • PKMN Breeder - 150 posts
  • Black Belt - 200 posts
  • Collector - 250 posts
  • Poké Maniac - 300 posts
  • Ruin Maniac - 350 posts
  • Hex Maniac - 400 posts
  • Psychic - 450 posts
  • Kindler - 500 posts
  • Bird Keeper - 550 posts
  • PKMN Ranger - 600 posts
  • Ace Trainer - 650 posts
  • Dragon Tamer - 700 posts
  • Rival - 800 posts
  • Pokémon Professor - 1000 posts
  • Valor Veteran - 2000 posts
  • Valor Knight - 5000 posts

So remember to always aim high! Good luck and try to reach all the ranks. :)


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