On the Forum Home, (and all the individual Forums), notice the switches across top, which activate other goodies in the vehicle, such as the Monthly News Letter; our wonderful Gallery of Stovebolter's Trucks; a treasure chest of useful Tech Tips for your projects; the Lots-o-Links holder where you find maps to hundreds of locations for truck information, and the HooYa Shop, where you can find ...... a wide array of HooYa! - quality Stovebolt gifts for yourself and your friends. Down the left side you'll find other useful information.
Lower down the dash you'll find the Forum Information Links. These controls appear in the same location on all our forums Note that you must be "LoggedIn" before the My Stuff switch appears,.
- This is the Forum Home, it simply lists all the corners to explore, where different interets are catered to.
- The Active Topics button leads to a page where there is a continuous list of the posts in all the sections. If you refresh your browser regularly you will see every post "as it happens".
- Once logged in, you will see a switch for Members, which is our "white pages" of Users, where you can search out individual user profiles, and view various user statistics. If you're wondering how many 'bolters are in your area, you can search in the directory, although some members there don't list where they live.
- The Search switch here opens a compartment to search for information and topics only in these forums, unlike the "Search" in the topmost row, which includes a Google search of the web, the whole Stovebolt Page, or the Forums. Searching will be covered in greater depth on the next page.
- The FAQ switch takes you to a list of Frequently Asked Questions about the Forum's functions.
- The Forum Home switch always takes you back to the full list of Forums, shown below.
The Main Forum Page, or Forum Home, is an overall schematic of the vehicle. Here you will find the list of Parts Groups, and all the Individual Components or Forums. Nothing can be posted from this page - it is strictly a listing of map co-ordinates that allow you to find an area of interest.