Tutorial: How to Use Spoilers

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At the request of numerous posters I wanted to post the Spoiler tutorial I previously made in a dm. Hope this helps. Any questions, just ask here.

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A large enough portion of CIS uses there work computer to browse for some dumb ****** reason.
And you think some minor sexual content is what would be the thing that gets them in trouble? Nah, that's a bad excuse.
 
10 seconds to put an image behind a simple spoiler tag, one extra mouse click to view it...

Censorship? Meh, more like a small exercise in consideration for your fellow CIS board members who may view the site at work, around kids, or just don't like what you do (lord knows I have often wished the P-man would throw a spoiler on some of his bigguns).
 
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10 seconds to put an image behind a simple spoiler tag, one extra mouse click to view it...

Censorship? Meh, more like a small exercise in consideration for your fellow CIS board members who may view the site at work, around kids, or just don't like what you do (lord knows I have often wished the P-man would throw a spoiler on some of his bigguns).
Those 11 seconds are an eternity when it comes to measuring engagement. The 10 seconds will limit the supply all while the 1 second limits the exposure, or demand. We've all seen that content and engagement fall by 90%+ since this rule change.

The impetus behind the decision must be financial, maybe related to ads, as its otherwise a bad one for community engagement.
 
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Those 11 seconds are an eternity when it comes to measuring engagement. The 10 seconds will limit the supply all while the 1 second limits the exposure, or demand. We've all seen that content and engagement fall by 90%+ since this rule change.

The impetus behind the decision must be financial, maybe related to ads, as its otherwise a bad one for community engagement.
@Andrew this is Exhibit A of why we need a facepalm reaction. Would up content and engagement 91%+.
 
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