|Ask Chad Advice|
Our new Ask Chad made its debut on Monday March 5, 2012. There you can ask your question directly or you may continue to submit questions through this website as usual.
Ask Chad was unavailable on March 3 & 4, 2012, while we upgrade Ask Chad and move it to a new location.
Ask Chad can be seen here! We're now online!
With our new version of Ask Chad, we are able to offer a better Q&A service to the LGBTQs Youth community. Some of the new features include:
The homepage features all the latest questions asked in a strategic, easy to use way with different tabs to quickly check “popular” or “unanswered” questions. The sidebar features many custom widgets such as “Top users”, “Most active questions” etc.
Question Details Page
Upon clicking a question, user is taken to the details page where the particular question is displayed with question description. Right below that, all the answers are displayed along with the votes that particular answer has received. Users can vote up/down the answers. Not only that, the person who has asked the question may select one of them as best answer as well.
Ask a Question
When users click the “Ask a Question” button, they are taken to this page where they can provide the question detail they have along with the question category. The best thing about this is, the user can quickly login or register in a very tiny form instead of filling out a huge form. To help the answerers, it is important to provide your age and rough location for each question.
The theme lists all the active users on the site along with their tiny profile on the “users” page. The site visitor may sort the users using different tabs – “All Users”, “Popular” and “Alphabetical”
User Details Page
Upon clicking profile of a particular person, a detailed page is shown where the visitor can check the Questions and Answers provided by that particular person along with other basic details. Your email address is kept private.
Though the users may quickly register themselves when asking question or providing answer, a separate Register page is also available where you can register in detail and provide your own logo.
A list of worldwide resources including phone numbers and website addresses is provided for those that have need of immediate help.
The help page gives a brief summary of a series of advice articles on dealing with topics such as coming out, relationships, boyfriends or girlfriends, bullying and abuse, dating tips, sexual abuse and much more.
This is our ongoing blog dealing with issues of importance to the LGBTQs community.