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WebCaption WebCaption FAQ

  1. What the heck is WebCaption?
  2. How do I look at captions?
  3. How do I send in captions?
  4. I sent in my caption four times and it's not there yet! Is this thing broken?
  5. Why don't you ever use my captions?
  6. Can I submit HTML tags?
  7. How do I send in pictures I think you should caption?
  8. Isn't this just a rip-off of the Dysfunctional Family Circus?
  9. Can I advertise on WebCaption?

  1. What the heck is WebCaption?
    WebCaption is a free web site which houses images along several themes and allows people to submit their own humorous captions for those images. Just try it, you'll like it!

  2. How do I look at captions?
    From the Main Menu select a theme to view. Once you're viewing a certain theme, you can select an image to view and the captions for that image.

  3. How do I send in captions?
    When you're looking at an image and a hilarious caption pops into your head, hit the "Add a Caption" button at the bottom of the page. You will be prompted to enter your caption and name. After sending it, you will be shown the final result and given the opportunity to resubmit in case you made a mistake. At some point, an ADEQUATE.com administrator will go through and approve all the funny captions. Your caption won't be seen by anyone until it has been approved.

  4. I sent in my caption four times and it's not there yet! Is this thing broken?
    You have to wait for an ADEQUATE.com administrator to approve your caption. No matter how many times you submit it, it can never appear online unless it's approved.

  5. Why don't you ever use my captions?
    There are several reasons your caption may not be appearing:
    1. An ADEQUATE.com administrator has not approved any since you submitted it.
    2. It was too similar to someone else's caption. (First come, first served.)
    3. You #*@%ing swore! Keep it clean. If you can't say it on American network TV, you probably won't see it here, fatass.
    4. It's a caption that won't stand the test of time. Sure a certain George W. Bush joke may seem funny today, but not in four years. We plan to archive EVERYTHING.
    5. It's a taboo subject. Please, no jokes about aborted babies, capital punishment, or other subjects of much debate. Some of these jokes can be done well, but most will surely fail. Don't waste your efforts.
    6. You have horrible spelling or grammar. Sorry, but we'd like to keep a certain standard. Get a spell checker and use it if you're unsure about a spelling. Be cool, stay in school.
    7. Je ne parle pas Français. Speak English, you damn Canadians!
    8. It just wasn't funny. Don't worry, it happens to everyone.
    If it seems like we never approve your captions, keep trying different ones. You're bound to come up with a zinger sometime. We're NOT biased against you...in fact, when ADEQUATE.com administrators look at captions to review, they don't even see who sent it.

  6. Can I submit HTML tags?
    Yes and no. The only acceptable HTML tags are <B>bold</B> and <I>italics</I>. All other HTML tags are stripped out. Sorry to spoil your dreams of using BLINK or some elaborate JavaScript, but those would have just been killed anyway.

  7. How do I send in pictures I think you should caption?
    You can't submit pictures and we don't take requests. Sorry. We can get plenty of pictures on our own.

  8. Isn't this just a rip-off of the Dysfunctional Family Circus?
    No. We don't have any poorly drawn comic strips here. Besides, DFC no longer exists.

  9. Can I advertise on WebCaption?
    Yes. Please contact ADEQUATE.com for more information. Do not submit advertisements as captions.
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