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Posted: Mon Dec 29, 2008 2:36 pm Post subject:
Admins have full power over the boards except programming the boards with code unless they are the owners of course. A moderator is a supervisor that is granted more power then a member who's responisability to is to keep the boards from flaming into a war zone. Depending on the Administrator the powers of the moderator could be banning a member, may only supervise certain forums, may supervise groups, has the power to edit posts, delete entire threads if power is granted by the administrator, merge topics, split topics, etc.
In addition the moderator can view your IP address at will but only through the forums that they are supervising. By any chance are you hinting that you want to supervise BT? I think this board is just doing fine, but if Craig ever decides reopening Conservative Life maybe he may consider you for a moderation position, that's if he still has it in backup.
By any chance are you hinting that you want to supervise BT?
No, no while that seems like a fun idea in reality I would not want to. No I was just interested in if I was already an moderator because I can post topics/responses and I don't know what I'm considered as. I'm not a admin, moderator or guest so what am I?
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