How or where do you ask a question for discussion on the forums?
I have no trouble posting a comment but to find where to ask a question for the forums seems to evade my eyesight.I have found it to be more interesting than the regular yes or no questions.
Click on forums at the top of the page in the white text (Obvious, I know!) then Look to the left and pick where you would like to start a forum. Their is a list in a gray, long box (The top says hubpages in black and forums in black underneath). Once you picked on of them, at the top of the page you will see "post a new topic" in a oval button. Click that and there ya go!
Thanks ii3rittles.I can see the light.It is sometimes a long way to a short walk.
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