Login and Registration Issues

Do I have to register to use this forum?
You can enter as a guest and read posts, but you must register before you can post, comment on a post that’s already there or to advertise your products and services. Registering is quick, simple, and FREE Please join us. Click here to register.
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Do I have to pay to use this forum?
No, Family Parliament Forum is totally FREE.
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How do I register?
You can own an account here in FamilyParliament.com in just two steps. First, click here Or click on the Register link at the top of this page, enter the details that are required (functional email address, username, password and verification) and click on the “Register” Button. Secondly, go to your email and click on the activation link to activate your account. And, that’s all. Click here to watch video about how to register.
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Now that I’ve registered, how do I login?
If you have activated your account by clicking on the activation link that was sent to the email address you entered while registering, please click here Or the Login link at the top of this page.
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I’ve lost my password!
Don’t panic! While your password cannot be retrieved, it can easily be reset. Visit the login page and click I’ve forgotten my password. Follow the instructions and you should be able to log in again shortly.
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Why can’t I login?!
There are several reasons why this could occur. First, ensure your username and password are correct. If they are, please confirm that you have activated your account, by clicking on the activation link that was sent to your email address upon registration. Contact the Family Parliament Team to make sure you haven’t been banned. It is also possible the Family Parliament Team has a configuration error on their end, and they would need to fix it.
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I registered but cannot login?!
First, check your username and password. If they are correct, then one of two things may have happened. FamilyParliament.com requires new registrations to be activated, either by yourself or by a member of the Family Parliament Team before you can logon; this information was present during registration. If you were sent an e-mail, follow the instructions. If you did not receive an e-mail, you may have provided an incorrect e-mail address or the e-mail may have been picked up by a spam filer. If you are sure the e-mail address you provided is correct, try contacting a member of the Family Parliament Team.

I registered in the past but cannot login any more?!
It is possible a member of the Family Parliament Team has deactivated or deleted your account for some reason. Also, many boards periodically remove users who have not posted for a long time to reduce the size of the database. If this has happened, try registering again and being more involved in discussions.
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Why can’t I register?
It is possible the Family Parliament Team has banned your IP address or disallowed the username you are attempting to register. The website owner could have also disabled registration to prevent new visitors from signing up. Contact a board administrator for assistance.
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Posting Issues

How do I post a topic in a forum?
To post a new topic in a forum, click the relevant button on either the forum or topic screens. You may need to register before you can post a message. A list of your permissions in each forum is available at the bottom of the forum and topic screens. Example: You can post new topics, etc. Click here to watch video about how to post.
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How do I comment on a post?
Click here to watch video about how to comment on a post.
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How do I edit or delete a post?
Unless you are a moderator or a Super moderator, you can only edit or delete your own posts. You can edit a post by clicking the edit button for the relevant post, sometimes for only a limited time after the post was made. Please note that normal users cannot delete a post once someone has replied.
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How do I add a signature to my post?
To add a signature to a post you must first create one via your Profile Settings. Once created, you can check the Attach a signature box on the posting form to add your signature. You can also add a signature by default to all your posts by checking the appropriate radio button in your profile. If you do so, you can still prevent a signature being added to individual posts by un-checking the add signature box within the posting form.
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Why can’t I access a section?
Some sections may be limited to certain users or groups. To view, read, post or perform another action you may need special permissions. Contact a moderator or a Super moderator to grant you access.
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Why can’t I add attachments?
As a registered user, you have the ability to add attachments to your posts. But you have to meet the conditions for adding an attachment in Family Parliament Forum. First, make sure the attachment is valid (.jpg, .png, .gif) and also, that it does not exceed the maximum size that is specified for upload.
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Why did I receive a warning?
Each forum moderator has their own set of rules for their section. If you have broken a rule, you may be issued a warning. Please note that this is the forum moderator’s decision, and the Family Parliament Team has nothing to do with the warnings on the given site. Contact the forum moderator if you are unsure about why you were issued a warning.
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How can I report posts to a moderator?
There is a button for reporting posts next to the post you wish to report. Clicking this will walk you through the steps necessary to report the post.
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What is the “Save” button for in topic posting?
This allows you to save passages to be completed and submitted at a later date. To reload a saved passage, visit the User Profile Settings.
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How can I get my post to be featured in the Homepage?
Each board administrator has their own set of rules for their site. If you have broken a rule, you may be issued a warning. Please note that this is the board administrator’s decision, and the phpBB Group has nothing to do with the warnings on the given site. Contact the board administrator if you are unsure about why you were issued a warning.
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Advertising Issues

Do I have to register to advertise on this site?
Yes, you will need to be a member to use the functionality of our paid advertisement on this site. Registration is very simple and it takes few minutes. Click here to register.
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How do I advertise on familyparliament.com?
Click here to know how to advertise on familyparliament.com
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About Family Parliament Forum

Who are the people on the site?
We have the following categories of people on the site:

    These are the registered users of the site, they are called “PARLIAMENTARIAN”. They are the real “owners” of the site, these users enjoy the site most, they can post, comment, advertise, post pictures, post their CV etc.
  2. GUESTS:
    These are people that just visit to read postings and go.
    These are the people that moderate posting and determine which one can get to the front page. Any consistent member can grow to become a moderator, depending on the level of his or her postings on the site and comments.
    These are experts who are ready to use their expertise to help Guests and members of this site. We have Doctors, Lawyers, Marriage counsellors, Parenting Experts, Teachers, Psychologist, Ministers of God, Leadership Experts, Nurses, Midwives, Natural Health Experts etc. You too can become an Expert poster. Click here to know what you will gain as Expert Poster.
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What are the values of Family Parliament Forum?
We are guided by Biblical principles on relationship, marriage and family life. The following are our values:

  • We define marriage as a relationship between A MAN AND A WOMAN. As it was between ADAM AND EVE, not between ADAM AND STEVE.
  • We stand against divorce, as we believe no marriage is beyond repair in the workshop of God
  • We stand for purity before marriage, bed undefiled.
  • We do not encourage cohabitation, prenuptial agreement or trial marriage.
  • We stand against polygamy, we believe marriage should be between one man AND one woman.
  • We stand against women brutality and Child abuse
  • We stand on the Bible teaching that wives must submit to their husbands.
  • We believe husbands must love, protect and provide for their wives and children.
  • We believe in the teachings of the scriptures about sex in marriage that husband and wife must not deprive themselves Sexually (I Corinthians 7:1-5)
  • We believe that Christians should marry Christians (NOT Unbelievers) in order to have Pure Courtship and honorable Marriage.
  • We teach about Godly parenting.
  • We believe in marriage of the Lamb and the need for every Christian to prepare for it.
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Is the site for married people alone?
But we have a restricted “married only” section which is strictly for the married, singles will not be permitted to visit this area for there own good.
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Are there any types of posts that are prohibited here?
Using this forum to promote other forums or sites about marriage, family, parenting or sexuality is not allowed unless the forum is sponsored by FamilyParliament or approved by us.

  • This is not a place for advertisements for products, web sites, services, matchmaking, chat rooms or forums.
  • The forum is NOT a marketing tool. We will delete any spam or commercial posts and ban the member that posts them, except it is posted in advert designated areas. Any post that support Child and Women abuse, terrorism, gay marriage, tribalism, racism, Political affiliation,religion bigotry, sexual immorality will be deleted and the member that post it will be banned.
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What is the purpose of Familyparliament.com?
  • The purpose is to allow people interested in the subject of marriage, parenting and family life to network.
  • It is also a place for giving and getting ideas, telling stories about family life or making new friends.
  • This is a place to get questions to your bugging problems which you may not want to share with any body physically.
  • It is a place to help others solve their marriage, family and relationship problems.
  • It is a place to get all necessary information for the growth of your marriage and family life.
  • This is a place to talk, to clarify your thinking/positions, and to have interesting and challenging discussions about marriage and family life in a Godly manner.
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What topics will be covered?
Any topic that pertain to marriage and family life can be covered on Family Parliament Forum. We cover Parenting, In-laws, Finance, Security, Empowerment, Health, Lifestyle, Current Affairs, Sex, Romance, News, Teens, Youth, Pregnancy, Delivery, Child Care, Marriage tips, Marriage Challenges, Business, Men matters, Women issues, Motherhood, Fatherhood etc
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What is “quacking”?
This is when you present yourself and give advise to people as an expert when you are not. For example, giving medical advise to people when you are not a Doctor. It is not allowed on Family Parliament Forum.
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Can I disagree with another person’s opinion?
Of course you can disagree. It is wonderful to see the variety of opinions that are available from different people. Post your position logically and without personally attacking the other person.
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What should I do if I don’t like what somebody posted?
If you are angry about someone’s message, cool down before posting a message you might regret later. A (little) common courtesy is all that is required to disagree diplomatically.
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Want to know the truth?
This forum is not democratic. Although We will generally refrain from deleting posts, Admins and Moderators of this site reserve the right to edit or delete offensive or inappropriate posts and threads. Our opinion as to what constitutes an offensive or inappropriate post, or offensive poster prevails.
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