Posting Guidelines

  • First, read the Weaver II Help file. Seriously – do this!.
  • Click the Check Theme for Possible Problems button a the top of the Weaver II and Aspen admin pages. Read the diagnostics carefully.
  • Try using the Search at the top right. The results are from Google, and can be quite helpful.
  • Post to the appropriate Forum Category. Posts in the wrong category may be moved.
  • Specify which Weaver Version you are using!
  • Good answers require concise questions with specific details. Link to example, if possible.
  • Please “Accept” when you get a good answer.
  • Don’t double post –  ask your question in one thread only.
  • Don’t hijack topics – keep to original question and don’t ask new questions. Don’t add new comments to “Solved” discussions. Please start a new discussion for new questions.
  • Topics that are not really Weaver Theme related may be moved to the “Not Theme Related” discussion group, and may not receive the attention theme related questions get. If your question gets moved there, it means that you are likely to find better answers elsewhere, such as the WordPress.org support forum.
  • No advertising of any kind is allowed on posts or personal profiles. (The site owner may display advertising, obviously.)
  • Management reserves the right to edit or delete any discussion topic.

Vanilla Forum Help

  • You must register to be able to post. Anyone can register.
  • You can click on your user name in the top menu bar to open the user settings page.
  • This forum DOES support sending notification about follow up messages to discussions your are interested in. Here’s how:
  1. Open the settings page.
  2. Open the “My Perferences Link”
  3. Check the box on the “Notify me when people comment on my bookmarked discussions.” option.
  4. For discussions you would like to receive e-mail notifications of follow up comments, you must then book mark those discussions – which means click the Star at the top right of the discussion. (also available at the right on the list of discussions.)