Above is a checkbox "would you like to add invitation?" which is one of both ways by which a user can invite a new person to register, once the registration will be closed from uninvited visitors. So if you check this box, on the below of your message will be added a link with an authentication code by which this person can access registration form.
The other way to invite a new user, for the case he is here with you, is from inside your account using the link "register new" in contact list.
This invitations system for registration, will be useful to prevent spam by not inviting spammers. Indeed, what will prevent spammers from being invited will be the fact that the information of who invites who is secretly stored: if someone invited a spammer to use this system, he would be detected as such and be held responsible for the problem. The problem would be analysed by the administrator and discussed with the people involved in order to find the solution, that may involve reducing the functionalities (invitations by him would be blocked) or even his account may be blocked or deleted.
But it is now possible to correspond with unregistered people who only have an email, as if they were registered, as described below.
The comment (a few words) will be displayed on top of the forum when one visits it, and the comment2, that can be longer (a few lines), will only appear when one visits the forum info page.
When you create a private forum, at first you are the only person that can access this forum. So you can post there your first message, store it and reedit it later. But for this to be addressed to someone, you must invite this person to this forum (give access right). Invitations can be made from the info page of the forum, so for this you first need to follow the link "info page" in order to make invitations.
There are three levels of access rights to a forum: read, write and admin. Each of these rights is stronger than the previous rights and includes them. Any user with an access right to a forum can invite another user to access it at most with the same level of right, from the info page of the forum. So if you click on "Read", you will only give this person access to read the forum; if you click "Write", you will give access to read and write; if you click "Admin", this will give the right to read, write and admin.
There is somehow a forth level of right after the admin right, though it does not appear here: the owner right. The owner is unique, and can abandon his owner right by giving it to another admin.
An admin in a forum can deny a right of a non-admin, letting him to an effective level lower than the level where he was invitated.
Only the owner can deny the right of an admin.
For most practical purposes of private correspondance you can simply give a writing access to the person you want to correspond with.
It is now also possible to invite an email to a forum. So all forum message that is posted or marked valid (see below) in a forum that has an invited email, will be immediately sent to invited email other than the author, and thus marked as read. This email message has the same format as traditional mailing list, and on bottom is added a link with an authentication code by which this unregistered email user can access this forum and reply in it.
So your correspondance will generally happen by using one same forum. Once the correspondance started, there is no problem to wonder whether he received all you messages since he accesses the same forum as you, except that you should pay attention to the following functionality: to let other people than you read your message, you must validate it ! See explanations below..
This networking aspect has been integrated with our folders and forums system, so that forums of any type (from public to private) can be accessed by users of this network whatever their home site is, and remote forums will appear in your folders. The only restriction is that forum creation is reserved for local users, so you can create forum only at your home site, and any forum is hosted at the home site of its creator.
In the "Bookmarks" page of your account, you can see what are your open sessions in remote sites.
At this time we did not develop the possibility for you to have several identities that seem to come from different sites; however, as thousands of users can have the same home site, the anonimity given this way can be already satisfying in many cases.
So, the next time you access this forum, if you still see "Mark invalid" it means this message is still waiting for being first read by somebody other than you and you can invalidate it; but if you see no more link there, you know your message has been read.
The parameters in the dating system are not all right, so it cannot seriously be used yet, but only as a beta test; you can discuss, inside this system at trust-forum.php.by, the list of parameters in order to help making good ones. For example: what list of possible interests/hobbies should there be ?
The idea of this system is: for each question, the user sets the value of his personal situation, and, for each possible value of the situation of the other person to consider matching with, a badness number is put. If the total badness of a profile does not exceed 40 in your criteria and conversely, it will be considered as a possible match, so you will have the chance to review and select it.
When your parameters, search criteria and photo are ready:
if you are not sure your photo is good, you can ask other users for advice about it.
Then, you can activate your account to receive matches by users who will send their accounts, and send your account to be reviewed by other users with an already active dating account.
The match that you selected and that selected you will appear in your Selected folder.
Each match (=pair of users (x,y) such that the parameters of the one have no more than 40 badness for the other and conversely), has a status made of the data (status that x gives to y, status that y gives to x), with possible values: unreviewed (to appear in the new matches list); trashed (=eliminated by user); delayed (=not decided yet); selected; selected+. If you don't know yet, you can "delay" to decide later, but you can as well "select" the profile so the other can choose to select or trash your profile from his/her list. If you are trashed, the match will disappear from your list so your wondering ends.