Yes as long as you have a valid email address you can create and account and submit content to this site.
In order to post content on this site and start a group discussion you will first need to register and open a user account. Please see 'How to get the most out of this site' for further information on posting. The link is located in the right hand corner of the dark grey banner that appears on this and every other page.
As a registered user, you can comment on any Group Discussion.
Comments are always listed below the main post and are presented in chronological order. New comments always appear at the end of the list unless they are replies to earlier comments, in this instance, they are nested underneath the comment being replied to. Note that when you 'repy' to a comment you will be taken to an open text box, above which is the original question or other comment you will be replying too. This is a helpful reminder and will provide you with the exact context of your reply as it will appear when pubished on the RPP Hub.
You have the option of editing your comments at any time after you have published them.This can be done by clicking the 'edit tab' on the comment you have made .This will take you to your current comment and you can alter the text in the 'Body' box.
All content submittted for upload to this website is moderated by the Autism RPP Hub team. However, final responsibility for the type and suitability of content upload resides with the user. Cardiff University disclaimes any responsibility for content that is deemed to be offensive, illegal or otherwise unsuitable.
We designed this site to be open and inclusive. All content on the site itself is publicly visible and can be shared. You only need to decide on a user name of your choice and have a valid email address in order to register an account. You email address will never be displayed to other users unless you respond to another registered user via the personal contact form. Please review the 'how to get the most out of this site'; Personal Contact Forms' section for further information. The link to this document is in the right hand corner of the dark grey banner that appears at the bottom of every page on this site.
There is a button under the main text at the top of the home page. ('How to use this site') However, 'how to get the most out of this site' is also available as a direct link on the right hand side of the dark grey banner that appears at the bottom of every page on the site.
There are direct links to these documents at the bottom right hand corner of the dark grey banner that appears at the bottom of every page.
This site map provides a visual model of this website's content and structure. It also provides RSS feeds for certain sections of the site, where available. It is available in the right hand corner of the dark grey banner that appears at the bottom of every page.
There are guidelines on how to improve visibility of this website available via the main Cardiff University website . http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/accessibility/improvingvisibility/index.html
The Autism RPP website is maintained by RPP project team members located in the Wales Autism Research Centre.
You can contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org. We will endeavour to get back to your query as quickly as possible within 3 working days.
We designed this site to be open and inclusive. All content on the site itself is publicly visible and can be shared. Once you have become a registered user (user) you can contact other registered users via the personal contact form, unless they have requested not to be contacted.
How to reach the personal contact form: Within Group Discussions and Comments you will see the name of the person who has submitted this information . If you click on the user's name, it will take you to a screen which provides a 'Contact' section.If the user has elected to be contacted then the message You can contact 'user name' via their personal contact form. If you click this hyperlink it will open to a new window which will allow you to send a message to them.