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 $SectionBody1 = qq~YaBB has many descriptive terms that refer to its component parts, different page views, and visible items. This section is provided as a glossary to help users learn the correct terminology for their forums.
-	<dd class="help_dd"><b>A</b></dd>
+	<dt class="help_dd"><b>A</b></dt>
 	<dd>A user with complete control over all functions of the forum</dd> 
 	<dt><b>Admin Center</b></dt>
@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@
 	<dd>These are files a user may upload in connection with a Post. The Administrator may choose how many files may be attached to posts, maximum file size, and allowable file types.</dd>
-	<dd class="help_dd"><b>B</b></dd>
+	<dt class="help_dd"><b>B</b></dt>
 	<dt><b>Ban or Banning</b></dt>
 	<dd>This is banishing a user from the entire forum. YaBB gives several choices of how to do this in the Admin Center.</dd>
@@ -36,7 +36,7 @@
 	<dt><b>Buddy List</b></dt>
 	<dd>This is a section of the user's Profile that gives you the ability to add other members that you're frequently contact to a list that will show in your User CP view. Your Buddy List will display each name, their Online/Offline status, and link options to send the user a PM, an e-Mail, or visit the link to their website.</dd>
-	<dd class="help_dd"><b>C</b></dd> 
+	<dt class="help_dd"><b>C</b></dt> 
 	<dd>The first major subject grouping in your forum. Categories are a collection of Boards that represents a grouping of similar ideas or subjects.</dd>
 	<dt><b>CAPTCHA Image</b></dt>
@@ -44,17 +44,17 @@
 	<dt><b>Click Log</b></dt>
 	<dd>See Forum Log.</dd>
-<dd class="help_dd"><b>D</b></dd>
+<dt class="help_dd"><b>D</b></dt>
 	<dt><b>Display Name</b></dt>
 	<dd>See '<b>Screen Name</b>'.</dd> 
 	<dt><b>Download Counter</b></dt>
 	<dd>This is a feature associated with files attached to Posts, and is displayed to the right of the file name. This tells how many times the attached file has been downloaded. <span class="underline"><b>NOTE:</b></span> In the case of image files, a user may click on the file name and see the image displayed in their browser. This counts as a download, even though the user has not truly downloaded the file to their PC.</dd>
-	<dd class="help_dd"><b>E</b></dd>
+	<dt class="help_dd"><b>E</b></dt>
 	<dt><b>Error Log</b></dt>
 	<dd>This is a log available to the Administrator that records all forum errors and information about when they occurred and who encountered them.</dd>
-<dd class="help_dd"><b>F</b></dd>
+<dt class="help_dd"><b>F</b></dt>
 	<dd>This is your entire installation of YaBB.</dd>
 	<dt><b>Forum Log</b></dt>
@@ -64,7 +64,7 @@
 	<dt><b>Forum News</b></dt>
 	<dd>These are lines of text the Administrator may choose to display in the top section of the forum. They can be configured to change only with screen refreshes or can be made to cycle or fade within a selectable period.</dd>
-	<dd class="help_dd"><b>G</b></dd>
+	<dt class="help_dd"><b>G</b></dt>
 	<dt><b>Gender Image</b></dt>
 	<dd>These are small icon graphics of a male or female symbol that appear if the user specifies a gender in their Profile and the Administrator has enabled the images to display. If enabled, they will appear below the user's Avatar picture to the left of their posts, and also in the user's Profile.</dd>
 	<dt><b>Global Announcement</b></dt>
@@ -72,11 +72,11 @@
 	<dt><b>Global Moderator</b></dt>
 	<dd>This is member who has Moderator privileges in the whole forum and may - depending on how the Administrator chooses settings - have many of the powers of an Administrator, including access to selected Admin Center functions.</dd>
-	<dd class="help_dd"><b>I</b></dd>
+	<dt class="help_dd"><b>I</b></dt>
 	<dt><b>Ignore List</b></dt>
 	<dd>A function that allows you to ignore other members and prevents you from viewing any Personal Messages they send.</dd>
-	<dd class="help_dd"><b>M</b></dd>
+	<dt class="help_dd"><b>M</b></dt>
 	<dt><b>Mark and Quote</b></dt>
 	<dd>This is a feature that lets you highlight a portion of a previous post and when the Mark and Quote button is pressed, it inserts the highlighted text into your reply within a quote box. You can add one or more of these to your reply, even from different previous posts.</dd>  
@@ -99,7 +99,7 @@
 	<dt><b>Moderator Group</b></dt>
 	<dd>This is one or more member groups that are assigned in the Edit Boards screen to be Board Moderators in one or more Boards. Instead of promoting a single user and having to add them as a Board Moderator in many different Boards, you can create a member group and assign that group to be the Board's Moderators. Then, should you need to add a new Board Moderator, all you have to do is add them to the member group chosen to moderate instead of editing multiple Boards.</dd>
-	<dd class="help_dd"><b>P</b></dd>
+	<dt class="help_dd"><b>P</b></dt>
 	<dt><b>Personal Message Pop-Up</b></dt>
 	<dd>A user-selectable option that opens a small pop-up window telling you that you have received a new PM and an option link to view your new message now.</dd>
@@ -123,24 +123,24 @@
 	<dt><b>Profile Settings</b></dt>
 	<dd>These are all settings that are personal to the individual user. Examples are time zone, choice of template, avatar image, etc. These can be changed by the individual user or by Administrators and, if allowed, by Global Moderators.</dd>
-	<dd class="help_dd"><b>Q</b></dd>
+	<dt class="help_dd"><b>Q</b></dt>
 	<dd>This is a feature that allows a user replying to a post to quote the entire contents of the post directly below the Quote button you click on. This saves having to retype it in the reply. You can also manually highlight and copy text in one post, then paste it into your reply and with the text highlighted, press the Insert Quote button above the post window to place it in a Quote Box &#40;See also Mark and Quote&#41;.</dd>
 	<dt><b>Quote Box</b></dt>
 	<dd>This is a box placed around quoted text that sets the quoted text apart from the words of your reply post. You can enclose text in a Quote Box by highlighting the text with your mouse and clicking on the Insert Quote button above the Post Window.</dd>
-	<dd class="help_dd"><b>R</b></dd>
+	<dt class="help_dd"><b>R</b></dt>
 	<dd>The process where a user becomes a member of your forum. There are four different modes of registration that the Administrator may choose from.</dd>
 	<dt><b>Reserved Names</b></dt>
 	<dd>These are names that the Administrator has chosen not to allow for use in User IDs or Screen Names.</dd>
-	<dd class="help_dd"><b>S</b></dd>
+	<dt class="help_dd"><b>S</b></dt>
 	<dt><b>Screen Name</b></dt>
 	<dd>This is the user's "public" name, the name that displays above their avatar picture to the left of the Post Window and in the Member List. A user may change this name by editing the Screen Name in their Profile.</dd> 
 	<dd>This feature allows a user to search through the forum for information in posts or posts by users. Several options are listed on the Search page.</dd>
-	<dd class="help_dd"><b><span class="underline">User Tip:</span></b> For general searches, use the option "Any Poster" in the selection box at the bottom of the "By User" sections.</dd>
+	<dt class="help_dd"><b><span class="underline">User Tip:</span></b> For general searches, use the option "Any Poster" in the selection box at the bottom of the "By User" sections.</dt>
 	<dd>This is a section that shows up at the bottom of each user's post. A signature can contain an image, text, or a combination of both. Signatures can be created by each user in their Profile - Options page.</dd>
@@ -152,7 +152,7 @@
 	<dt><b>Style Sheet</b></dt>
 	<dd>This is the .css file that controls the style elements for your forum. Template colors, text size and color, backgrounds, and some graphics all come from the style sheet.</dd>
-	<dd class="help_dd"><b>T</b></dd> 
+	<dt class="help_dd"><b>T</b></dt> 
 	<dd>This most commonly refers to the default.html file that forms the "look" of your forum. This file contains the forum logo, menu tabs, copyright, and all the items that will appear on each page of your forum.</dd>
 	<dd>This can also refer to the collection of .template files, .html file, .css file, and graphics that give your forum its appearance. This is not one actual <i>file</i>, but is <span class="underline">data</span> that is stored in the 'templateset' variable in the Settings.pm file in the Variables folder.</dd>
@@ -163,7 +163,7 @@
 	<dt><b>Topic List</b></dt>
 	<dd>A list showing all the Topics in a Board on one or more pages, with Global Announcements and Sticky Topics at the top of the list.</dd>
-	<dd class="help_dd"><b>U</b></dd>
+	<dt class="help_dd"><b>U</b></dt>
 	<dd>This is a normally a member of your forum. Guests may be considered a user if guests are allowed to view items or perform actions on your forum, though they will have no Profile and cannot be placed into any member group.</dd>
 	<dt><b>User Control Panel &#40;CP&#41;</b></dt>
@@ -171,11 +171,11 @@
 	<dt><b>User Name</b></dt>
 	<dd>This is a member's non-visible name, and is the name that is used to track the user's posts and other statistics such as what posts have been viewed. This name cannot be changed without losing all the information associated with the previous user name. All previous posts will still show up with the old user name, which will then show as "Ex-Member".</dd>
-	<dd class="help_dd"><b>V</b></dd>
+	<dt class="help_dd"><b>V</b></dt>
 	<dt><b>Validation Image</b></dt>
 	<dd>This is a randomly generated series of letters and numbers used for Registration and certain instances where Guests are allowed access to some forum functions &#40;posting, voting in Polls, etc.&#41;.</dd>
-	<dd class="help_dd"><b>Y</b></dd>
+	<dt class="help_dd"><b>Y</b></dt>
 	<dt><b>YaBB Backup</b></dt>
 	<dd>This is a feature that lets the Administrator create a backup of all or parts of their forum.</dd>

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