Look in these FAQs first before messaging the support staff.
The ManUp Network is a collection of sites that are geared toward outdoorsmen and women that contribute to the site's content by uploading various stories, pictures, and details about their experiences. The term Man Up is the necessity to toughen up, suck it up, and get out into the wild and keep our sports alive and in good hands. Users build unique personal profiles that can carry through any site in the network and users contribute to the online community.
MANUP and HUNT is the next generation in social sites geared toward hunters that network within the site to discuss gear, classifieds, trophy animals, recipes, videos, outfitters and more. Users can build unique personal profiles and display their recipes, brags, personal albums, and even their full gear layout. We also have pro staff articles to help hunters with tactics, tips, and tricks on hunting every big game animal. Lastly, the site has an internal messaging system so that users can easily message one another for great camaraderie.
To edit/modify your personal profile, start by logging into the site by clicking on the "Log On" text in the header section or navigating to the Home -> Welcome screen. Provide your user credentials and press login to enter the site. Once you are logged into the site, simply click on the "Edit Profile" link in the top header of the site. This will allow to change any of your personal information including your nickname, address, and zip. Note that The ManUp Network does not divulge your personal address information with Third Party Advertisers.
To change your profile picture, start by logging into the site by clicking on the "Log On" text in the header section or navigating to the Home -> Welcome screen. Provide your user credentials and press login to enter the site. Once you are logged into the site, click on the "Edit Profile" link in the top header of the site. The last field for your profile is your profile picture, and there is a link that allows you to upload a new picture [Upload a New Picture!]. On the next screen, click the browse button and navigate to a file on your local machine. The file format must be in an acceptable image format such as .jpg, .png, .gif. The next screen after uploading your image allows you to crop the image by selecting only a portion of the image that you want to view. Simply click and drag over a section of the image to select that portion. If you need to stretch or skew the selected rectangle, simply hover over one of the sides and an arrow for resizing will appear to let you make adjustments. Lastly, click [Save] to save your updated changes. If you do not wish to crop the image, then you can simply click [Skip Crop].
To send a message within The ManUp Network, start by logging into the site by clicking on the "Log On" text in the header section or navigating to the Home -> Welcome screen. Provide your user credentials and press login to enter the site. Once you are logged into the site, click on the "Mailbox" link in the top header of the site. This will take you to your own personal mailbox within the site. You can view your sent messages, inbox, or create a message. When creating a message, you will be allowed to select a recipient's username(s), the subject line, and then the body of the message. After this information has been input, simply press [Send] to send the message.
Since the site is community driven, it is part your responsiblity to keep the community safe on your watch. If you find that someone has posted a comment, picture, classified, etc that disturbs you in any way, please navigate to that user's page and there is a link on the upper right hand corner. 'REPORT THIS USER' After clicking the link it will automatically pop-up a message template to the site's administrators who will look into the issue. It is important that you leave a detailed message in the body of the message so that the admin knows what offense they are looking for.
The moon phase is brought to you by the Astronomical Applications Department in association with the US navy. They know that the moon helps sail at sea, but they also know the big bucks travel when the moon is full. If you are interested in other Astronomical resources such as sun and moon data, calendar conversions, rise/twilight hours, and much more - then you should travel to http://aa.usno.navy.mil/
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Show my weather's widget is used on the home page of the site to provide a three day forecast for a particular user's location. More information about their widget can be found at www.showmyweather.com