News submission guidelines - read before submitting news!!!
You may submit news stories in this forum only if you want them published on the front page of the Dashhacks Network. Please include any relevant information, images, and files with your submission. Do not hotlink your images
Please include a link to the original source of the information.
Making a submission does not guarantee it will be posted on the front page. Your submission will be reviewed and, if it meets our qualifications, we will report the story on the front page of the Dashhacks Network.
You may be credited for your submission if it is used.
The editors reserve the right to edit or modify your submissions as they deem necessary.
Do not repeatedly post the same news stories. If the article was not approved it, that means they aren't going to post it. Repeat offenses will result in a warning followed by a permanent ban from the site.
The ability to reply to posts has been disabled in this forum. You will be able to reply to the topic when/if it is moved to the front page.
Downloading of file attachments has also been disabled for news submissions. You will be able to download the files once they have been approved and published.
Follow these steps when submitting your news submission
First things first, to post news give an introductory paragraph explaining what the article is about.
Next thing would be to quote what you have written from the original source by using the quote tags. This is critical. The appropriate credit needs to be given to the source of the article for providing the information you are writing about.
Lastly include a picture with the article. DO NOT HOTLINK IMAGES.
Drop some news tips. Doesn't matter what console or even iPhone. If you submit news we'll check it out and get it posted on the Dashhacks website. If you don't do news you can always work up a tutorial or tips and tricks article for any console, homebrew, game or iPhone. Share what you know with other Dashhacks members.
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