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Old 12-17-2013, 06:40 PM   #1
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Arrow How To Post Articles To Be Added To The Site

We're always looking for information to share with other enthusiasts.

This is a basic "how to" on submitting information to this site so it can be added to either the Tech Library or Resource Library.

Registered Forum Member:

if your not registered, and got to this page from a 'Submit' button


Then you'll need to REGISTER before you can post.

You can either click HERE, or look for the 'Register' link at the top of the forum.


Start A New Thread:

If you're already registered, then you'll see a 'New Thread' button above left of this post.


If you had to register and it doesn't bring you back to this section, then look for the 'Submit Info For Technical Articles' in the forum list.


After clicking the 'New Thread' button, you'll be able to enter a title, and submit your article.


Adding Images:

Articles are always much more helpful when they have photos. You can add them by clicking the paper clip button:


Or the 'Manage Attachments' button under the post:


Either way will pop open a window for uploading images:


Format For Articles:

Below is a template for all who want to submit an article for the tech library or the magazine. Please use this as template.

Also, please place pictures with their related step. Don't post pictures as one large lump sum at the end.


REMEMBER: The more DETAILED pictures the better!

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Original Poster:

Difficulty: _ out of 10

Time to install:

Disclaimer: The Ranger Station.com, The Ranger Station.com Staff, nor the original poster are responsible for you doing this modification to your vehicle. By doing this modification and following this how-to you, the installer, take full responsibility if anything is damaged or messed up. If you have questions, feel free to PM the original poster or ask in the appropriate section of The Ranger Station.com forums.

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Submitting It:

Once done with your post, click the 'Submit New Thread' button (second image up)

Contributor Badges:

If your article is used, you will earn an 'Article Contributor' badge under your name. The badge will have a star for each article you have in the library. After 5-stars, the stars are replaced with an actual number.

Articles should be your own work, and have photos to help explain the article.











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