Things generally fall into one of three categories: graphics and text I've created myself; things I've got a licence or the copyright holder's permission to use - e.g. images used in captioned s-t-u-f-f; publicly available graphics - such as product and organisation logos. If it isn't immediately obvious which is which, assume I own the copyright and ask me. (If I don't own it, I'll tell you.) The legalese regarding copyright can be read here.
What is a ‘field’?
It's a big patch of land that is full of grass or crops. In computer terms, it's what people call the areas you can fill out, like First Name field and Town | City field. They can be text fields designed for just one or two words, text boxes designed for lots of words, date fields where the entry has to be made in a particular way, number fields which will contain - surprisingly enough - numbers, radio fields where you get an either / or choice, drop down boxes where you usually get to choose just one of the options, check boxes where you could tick - or not tick - as many as are appropriate ... the list isn't endless, but it's long!
What are tag filters and how do they work?
At the top of screens containing multiple items you'll sometimes find followed by wordsor phraseswrittenlikethis These are tags. Each post can have one or more tags linked to it. When you click a tag the post list is regenerated to show only those tagged with what you've chosen. The list of tags itself may also change to be only those of the posts now listed. You can choose a second tag and the process will be repeated effectively, an 'AND' query, showing only those items that have the first AND the second tag. Chosen tags are shown like this. You can keep choosing tags, and hence narrowing the list, as long as they are there to choose. If you change your mind about a tag, you can remove it by clicking it. You can do this in any order not just that in which they were added. If you've chosen several and want to start again, click on to reset the filter.
If I give you my email address, am I going to regret it?
I found something on this website that I really like. Can I use it on my own site?
You should see my copyright policy here for full details, but the quick answer is tell me what it is and ask me. If the permission is mine to give, I'll usually give it, so long as I'm suitably credited obviously.