Our Purpose Welcome to the Corvid Community! The Corvid Community Forum is a friendly and encouraging space for learning, sharing, and collaborating. We have varying degrees of skills in this community, but we all strive to code amazing sites and expand our knowledge through collaboration. Above all, be kind. Remember that everyone was once a coding newbie.
Being a member of this community is a privilege, not a right. Adhering to the rules is a necessity for all members. The community team reserves the right to remove anyone at any time.
Be Nice. We love the Forum atmosphere and we love seeing how much everyone enjoys helping each other. We firmly believe that we must safeguard this culture.
No Solicitation. Do not sell, trade, or advertise on the forum. Solicitation posts will be immediately deleted and the member may be banned.
Use only English in posts, comments, and your user profile.
No external links (other than Wix). Links to external sites are prohibited unless directly relevant to the topic being discussed.
Focus on Corvid. Topics should be Corvid-focused and not related to other products, unless you’re using those APIs in your site.
Format Your Posts. All new topics must follow the Posting Requirements format below. Posts that do not meet these requirements will be marked for deletion.
Words Matter. No profanity or abusive behavior.
Use Tags Properly. You can only @ tag Wix Community Managers & Corvid Masters—NOT Wix employees.
No Thread Hijacking. Don’t post about an issue and then bump other threads with your issue.
No Freebies. Don’t expect anyone to provide code snippets or full solutions; the community is here to help you learn how to solve problems.
Search Before Posting. Use the Forum search. There's a great chance that someone has already solved the problem that you are facing. If you post a question that has already been asked and answered, your post may be locked. You might find the answer to your question by searching the Corvid documentation.
Use meaningful titles. "How can I create a collapsing and expanding repeater?” will get more attention and better results than "Help please!".
DO NOT USE ALL CAPS.
One Topic/Issue Per Post. Keeping posts short makes it easy to find answers, and makes the post relevant for more people.
Keep questions focused and clear. This will make each question easier to understand, which makes it possible for more people to answer it.
Format your post. Use code blocks, bullets, etc. to make your post easier to understand.
Provide as many details as possible. Describe the context of the problem, what you are trying to achieve, and the steps you’ve taken so far.
Include a short snippet of the relevant code that you’re using. The code should be properly formatted and in a code block, not a screenshot.
Include all relevant material. Include site screenshots, and site URLs to make it easier for others to understand the problem.
Practice Gratitude. Acknowledge when you get a good response by “Mark as Best Answer” (available from the Show More menu icon). This makes it easier for other members to spot the correct answer. Thanks, likes, and follows mean a lot!
Corvid Community Manager