Understanding what iModeler is about
Navigating the front page
Navigating the Database
Navigating Groups area
Posting your first article at iModeler: A gentle introduction
12 practices to bring your iModeler writing to the [...]
iModeler is a new kind of online hobby community -- also voted as the Best Modeling Club on the Planet! Here is a short overview of what it can do.
It puts you in control. No more waiting for days or weeks for your article to be [...]
The Groups area at iModeler is where you can freely interact and collaborate with other members of this community. You do so by starting, participating in, or reading Groups. A Group is essentially a mini-community with its own membership, [...]
Our ambition with iModeler is for you to be able to take pictures directly off your camera and just post them to the site.
All the "boring" but oh-so-necessary image processing - reconciling file formats, resizing, image [...]
Besides providing your daily dose of modeling at the Headlines, iModeler has a vast directory of articles past and present, counting into thousands and thousands of items. Our Database is a powerful way of exploring, following and [...]
As your articles at iModeler become more popular you will likely receive comments. Besides providing you with feedback about how the readers feel about your subject, comments are great network building tools, so it’s well worth [...]
Here are a few tips to help you bring out the best of your writing at iModeler.
Always set a title that clearly states what your article is about. To achieve that, write a title that is clear first, catchy second. Aim at a casual reader, [...]
The following is a gentle 3-minute introduction to creating your first article at iModeler.
Make sure that you are logged in as most of the features presented below will only be visible to logged in users.
If you want to include pictures [...]
Can I use HTML in my posts?
Yes, you can use a limited set (as opposed to full range) of HTML tags.
How do I make the text bigger (colorful, centered, etc) ?
You can't. Markdown will help you to add formatting to the body text of your [...]
Note: BBCode is deprecated. The recommended way of formatting text at iModeler is Markdown. BBCode, now merely a legacy method, will continue to work mainly for compatibility reasons, and to provide continued support for content pasted [...]