Username The username is a nickname, it is displayed next to your contributions. It must be unique (no other member uses it), it is not case-sensitive ("Dave" is the same as "dave") and it should be fairly short (between 3 and 12 characters). The username cannot be changed, so choose wisely.
Password The password should be difficult to guess but memorable. We suggest entering a password that contains numbers as well as uppercase and lowercase letters - since it is case-sensitive. The password should be between 6 and 255 characters long.
Email Address Email addresses, like usernames must be unique and are not case-sensitive.
After registration is complete you will be sent a confirmation email, if you do not follow the instructions contained within the email then your member account will not be activated. If you use Yahoo! or other similar web based email services then you may have to search for the message within bulk email folders.
Year Of Birth For legal reasons we ask that you enter a valid year of birth.
Personal Details Please provide these personal details, all fields within the box are required.
Optional Demographics The following are not required but will help us understand our audience, details provided in this box will never be used to uniquely identify a member.
Newsletter The newsletter is an email based information source that is sent out on a weekly basis. Newsletters are available in two formats, either HTML or text. HTML looks more appealing but if you use very old email software then we recommend text.  
Terms & Conditions
You agree not to add any material that is considered illegal or not appropriate (including libelous material, pornography, xenophobic comments, racist comments and spamming). You agree not to add any material that you do not hold a copyright ownership for. You are fully responsible for any disputes relating to your additions to the website (including copyright) and agree this website (and everyone associated with the website) can in no way be involved in such disputes. These terms and conditions can be changed at any time, and are governed by the laws of England and Wales.