We set up the Avatars to display at 100x100 (up from 80x80) and the profile pictures from 100x100 to 200x200.
You can upload any size photo, but we suggest a it be horizontal to avoid any strange resizing issues.
In order for your profile photo to display larger, you need to re-upload it. The resizing will then occur, bringing it down to 200x200.
Updated 04-14-2008 at 10:19 AM by Schlottke
The new menu for all things TWT can be found underneath the Navbar, directly above all other content.
This menu is called a "Fisheye" menu for the appearance it has when you scroll over your selection.
This Fisheye menu will have links to features on TWT that you should already have a basic knowledge of. Items that are new will be display on the navigation bar in TEXT format so you know what they are easier.
If you have any problems with this menu,
Updated 04-07-2008 at 05:13 PM by Schlottke
Take a peak at your profile now and you will see major updates in the way you can communicate with your forum friends! Profiles
All you have to do is click their name and you can post public messages to their private wall, check out their biography information, read their blog, meet their friends, and much more.
You can quickly enhance your profile by editing it. Fill out as much about yourself as you feel comfortable and begin connecting! Groups
Updated 04-05-2008 at 10:50 PM by Schlottke
Have a team or a cause you want to get behind? Create a Social group and then invite your friends!
Social groups give you the ability to message amongst each other in a closed environment, and also offer the ability to add a public forum directly to TheWrestlingTalk.com!
You can also upload videos, pictures, and track your teams statistics in your social groups.
Updated 04-02-2008 at 09:41 PM by Schlottke
When making a new thread on TheWrestlingTalk.com you will notice a feature below the text editor that is titled Tags. Tags are a useful way to search for threads with similar subject matter and content. This compliments the normal search system, which searches only for certain words or phrases and/or posts by specific users.
To use tags, you add words or phrases to threads to help describe the content. For instance, if the subject matter is 'photography' then you can add the tag 'photography'