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  • You MUST Be registered

    Firstly you must be a registered user of the site. This is completely free and can be done using This link.
    Once you fill out and submit the registration form, you will be sent an e-mail, which you must reply to, in order to confirm that we are able to contact you. This is now necessary so that we can ensure it is a real user and not a spambot trying to get information. Your e-mail address will never be displayed on the site, nor disclosed to third partys, as per our privacy policy.

  • Create an advert

    You can create an advert, by clicking on the Create or amend advert link (its under the user interface menu item). Note, if you are not logged on, the system will prompt you to do so.
    If this is your first advert, you will be taken straight to the create advert form.
    If you have placed adverts previously, then you will be presented with a list of your existing adverts.
    this list will include action options for each advert, including adding pictures and making the advert a "Featured" Ad.
    Hopefully it should all be fairly self explanatory.
    Please note Note you cannot add pictures at the initial creation of an advert, you must return to amend the advert to do so. see below.

  • Add Pictures

    You will have noticed that while creating the advert, there is no faciity provided for adding pictures. This is deliberate, as uploading picture data generates the majority of user errors, which cannot be detected at PC level. (1)
    and we didn't want users having unknown errors whilest creating their advert.

    There are a number of limitations to uploading pictures :- The image must not be greater than 125Kbytes in size, and must be in either jpg, jif or png format.
    Unfortunately, for security reasons, browsers cannot check the PC file system to ensure the pictures are the correct format before they are uploaded. Therefore error messages can only be generated at the server end. This means uploading a picture first and recieving error messages later.
    Depending on your connection speed, uploading pictures can take a bit of time.
    For this reason, whilst you may upload up to 6 pictures, you may only do so one at a time, once the main ad has been created.
    By clicking on the create/ maintain advert again, and selecting the ad to edit, you will now see that the original form has a new section at the bottom for adding pictures, which hopefully should also be self explanitory.
    Sorry for this perhaps, long winded section, but I thought it would be usefull to explain why it was done this way.
    HTML 5 Is being phased in, now that there is better browser suport for it, I will finally be able to resolve this issue.