Trunity Web Service Handbook | Section 1 | Page 1
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Section 1 | Starting a Website
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The topic navigator or directory on the left side is clickless. Hovering the cursor over the topicname causes the subtopics to fly-out on the Flash version, or cascade down in the HTML version.
Sign Up as a Trunity User
Like Facebook, you only need one account on the Trunity platform to do everything. As a TrunityUser, you can comment on and join other Trunity websites, add friends, favorites, send messagesto other Trunity users and of course build websites and networks of websites.The process of signing up on the Trunity platform includes standard e-mail authentication. Thatmeans, before a new user can login, they must confirm an e-mail sent by the system to the e-mailaddress used to register. The confirmation e-mail is sent out within seconds.
Sometimes these system-generated e-mails can be found in your spam or junk filters/folders.
Once logged in, you will seeWelcome Cliff|My Dashboard|My Messages|My Network|LOGOUT
at the top right of your screen. These are your private areas where only you can see all of yourinteractions with people and websites, respond to messages and manage your profile and userpreferences.UnderMy Network(below), you can manage all of your content across the entire platform all inone place!