Terms & Conditions for Posting - did you skim over them?At every website, you will come across the heading 'Terms & Conditions' that provides details of the site's policies for using the content on it or contributing to it. Similarly, here at ISC, when you click on the submit button, let's say, in the forum, a page appears with the heading 'Terms & Conditions for Posting in The Forum'. This is the case for other sections as well, where either there are terms and conditions or there are clear-cut instructions below the boxes assigned for the title and description (text).
How many of you have actually read every word (and I mean every word) of the terms and conditions or instructions? If submitting for the first time, you are anyway supposed to do so, but if not, at least later you should be aware of whether or not you are submitting content properly. This is also the case when the site administrators are developing the templates and you will suddenly see some new instructions. Do you think, "I have been around here for years and basically this is the same thing." So you sort of skim over it or summarily dismiss it and hit the proceed button.
I frankly admit that I recall once or twice skimming newly uploaded instructional text myself, in my haste to just submit content, but then making it a point to go back and read it thoroughly to know what was put up there. In doing so, I have found some minor English grammar errors also and requested the Webmasters to correct it.