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I received a post which looks like a public service broadcast, however the individual never posted on Teen Matters before and this was the first visit to my site, so I am not entirely sure as to who the individual is and what his/her intentions is. The individual is in no way affiliated with Teen Matters, its members or its staff.
So how do I make this http://forums.delphiforums.com/teenology/messages/?msg=1420.1 post a read only post.
Could you please help me with this?
Go to the bottom of the thread, and choose Manage Discussion.
Then close the discussion using the button at the bottom left of this screen.
But, before you do that, why not try posting to this person, and finding out more about them, and what they're proposing? I don't know the poster, but he's been around Delphi since 2011, and you might foster an interesting conversation on your forum.
As host though, YOU have the right to allow or disallow any posts or posters. And Delphi backs you up on that.