Thank you for joining the 000webhost.com community. In order to keep this community available for everyone to use, all community members must follow and respect a few simple rules.
Failure to follow these rules may result in a loss of ability to reply, create topics, or even access the community.
Creating and Managing Accounts
Do not use profanity in usernames, biographies, or locations. Doing so will lead to an account suspension and randomized username/bio/location change.
Do not create multiple accounts. Doing so will lead to the account with the least amount of posts being suspended or deleted.
Creating Topics and Replying
When creating a topic, choose the appropriate category based on the type of issue. If you speak Spanish or German, post in your respective category. Topics submitted to a irrelevant category will be re-categorized or removed.
Topic titles must be descriptive. For example, a good topic title is “Question About PHP Version”, and a bad topic title is “Help Me”. Topics with non-descriptive titles may be removed.
Do not use all uppercase letters in topics. Do not post topics like “Please HELP ME!!!”. These topics will be removed and your account may be silenced.
Do not create multiple topics about the same issue. Duplicate topics will be deleted and your account will be silenced.
Content of posts should not be explicit, offensive, shocking, or profane. Such content will be deleted and your account will be silenced.
Silences and Suspensions
All members will receive a warning after violating any of these rules above. Three (3) warnings will lead to automatic suspension. This means you will not be able to login for a set amount of time.
Failure to follow any of the community rules may result in your account being silenced. This means you will not be able to create or reply to topics using that account.
- In the event that your forum account is deleted, all the content of that account will be unrecoverable. If your account is deleted without warning, create a new account, and if you have any questions, PM a staff member.
These rules were last updated on 21 December 2017.