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I used to have this problem...it was resolved by implementing a policy that restricts users from using annoying/inappropriate avatars and signatures. If users break the policy, a moderator will remove the offending content and notify the user that they did so. If they do it again, we revoke their access to set avatars and signatures. Sometimes a heavy-...


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you cannot use an image that displays he following: ......... This type of specific rule is prone to users testing their limits. "This isn't a kitten, this is a adolescent cat." Or, "This isn't a kitten, this is a lion cub." Both violate the spirit of a "No kitten pictures" rule, but not the letter. Instead, I'd focus on ...


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Rather than have a restrictive set of rules you need something general enough to allow most images but specific enough to be applied when necessary. First set the maximum size of the image either in pixels or MB. If possible include some software in your site that shrinks larger images. Second set a general policy on the image content. While a general rule ...


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My question is: Do others identify your organization through your logo? Like if someone see your logo, do they say "Ahh, that's such-and-such organization" If so, I highly recommend you put your logo as your avatar. The pros of it: -Your organization will be identifiable from others. -It will be recognizable for all when they see one of your volunteers (...


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