myElectrical Site FAQ
Last Post 11 Dec 2013 10:14 AM by Steven McFadyen. 0 Replies.
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11 Dec 2013 10:14 AM

    These are some of the more common questions asked on our site

    Q: How can I give feedback if I have any issues, problem or suggestions on your site?
    A: You can use our Contact Us Page to send feedback.  In addition to this link there is a link on the footer of every page in our site. 

    Q: Is it possible to use Windows Live Writer to add posts to the site?
    A: Yes you can use this (or any other third party editor which supports the MetaWeblog API) to write and manage your posts.  For a more detailed explanation, please see Windows Live Writer and myElectrical.

    Q: Is there an RSS feed for myElectrical Notes?
    A: Yes there is and it can be accessed at: http://myelectrical.com/notes/rssid/2

    Q:  Do you have any editing tips for writing posts?
    A:  Yes – lots of them.  See the Post Editing Tips in the notes section.

    Q: Can I attach a sketch to my question to better explain the problem?
    A: Yes. Sketches and images can be attached directly in the editor by using the insert media tool.

    Q. Does the site accept donations?
    A. Yes.  Much of the site if free to use, but it does cost money to keep going.  While we don't solicit donations, if anyone wishes to contribute to the running and maintenance of the site, this is obviously very much appreciated.    Safe and secure donations can be made using Paypal  myElectrical Payment

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