Welcome To The Help Section. If
you are having problems with the chat, or
if you just want to learn about the chat
please read on.
For Live Help please enter a nickname above
and click Connect; you will automatically
enter the Help room and someone will be
with you As Soon As Possible.
The most common problems people have with
the chat server are with commands and how
to use them. Commands are quite simple to
use and are typed either in the public chat
room (where you normally type to talk in
the room, or in a p2p (person-to-person,
private). To issue a command to the server
you simply type: / and then the command
without a space i.e. /profile
A lot of commands work with or require parameters
(addition information). The format is, for
example: /profile nickname (nickname being
the name of the person whose profile you
wish to view, or person you wish to private
chat with) i.e. /profile Joe
Now that you have a basic understanding
of commands you can try them and also read
on to learn more useful commands as well
as other useful information about chat!
If you are having problems with your java
you should download the Java Virtual Machine.
here for more info.
You may also read the chat server rules
and conditions located Here.
Q: How do I change
my nickname while on the chat server?
A: To change
your name use the nickname command: /nick
For example: /nick Joe will change your
nickname to Joe.
Q: How do I view
Q: How do I register
/profile Once your profile comes up you
will see a text box. Enter a password into
this box and click the Register button.
Use a password you will remember and DO
NOT give it to anyone for any reason!
Q: How do I use colors
in my text?
colors is very easy once you get the hang
of it. There are two ways to use colors.
The first way is by typing the colors manually
each time you enter a sentence; the second
way is to set the chat to automatically
use specified colors each time you type.
To use colors the manual way hold down the
“CTRL” key on your keyboard,
now press the “K” key once while
still holding down “CTRL”, now
release the “CTRL” and type
in the color you want. Each colors is represented
by a number; for example, number 4 is red
and number 2 is blue. So, once you input
the number you want you can then type your
sentence. You may also use two colors; a
background color and a text color; to do
this use the same procedure as above except
this time you need to specify two colors;
to do this simply use two number separated
by a comma “,” it should look
something like this: 4,2. The second method
of using colors is to click the “Cmds”
button on the chat page and then select
“Chat Options” from the menu.
A window will now pop-up, click the “Colors”
button and set your colors, then click on
“OK”, now each time you type
the colors you specified will be used.
Q: How do I change
A: To change
rooms click the “Rooms” tab
on the chat and then double click the room
you wish to enter.
Q: How to I check
the “Cmds” button and select
“Chat Options” from the menu,
now click the “Memos” button.
Note: You must be using a registered nickname
to send/receive memos.
Q: How do I make
my own chat room?
A: We do
not allow rooms to be made; however, you
may purchase a room for a One-time-Fee.
Rooms are given on Pay-Per-Basis Only! Rooms
are 100.00 USD (United States Dollars).
This one-time-fee grants you a room on Chat-Web
for as long as Chat-Web exists. This fee
Please click here
for more information.
Q: What is an Administrator/Operator?
A: An Administrator
is a person with the most power and authority
of anyone on the chat server. Administrators
cannot be kicked from a room or banned.
They can enter any room no matter what modes
the room may be set to. Administrators can
make themselves Moderators in any room or
use Moderator power without even being a
Moderator. Administrators also have the
power to ban anyone from the entire chat
server; this is referred to as a “K-Line”
Operators are between Administrators and
Moderators. Operators have some of the power
Administrators have such as issuing “K-Lines”
but cannot enter rooms that are locked the
way Administrators can. Operators can be
kicked from channels and do not have the
ability to make themselves Moderators.
Q: Can I be an Administrator/Operator?
A: The chat
server has between 20,000 and 30,000 registered
users and around 1,000 users chatting at
any given time; out of all these people
only 6 to 8 are Administrators/Operators.
You chances of ever becoming an Administrator
are slim to none; sorry.
Q: What is a Moderator/Can
I become a Moderator?
do exactly what their title implies; they
Moderate the rooms. Moderators are at the
top of the nickname lists and their nicknames
are in blue with an “@” symbol
in front of them. To become a Moderator
in a chat room a room Owner (SOP) has to
make you one. Before a room Owner will give
you Moderator status they usually have to
know and be friends with you, as a certain
level of trust is required to trust someone
as a Mod.
To determine who owns a given room: Double
click in the chat room to bring up the room
information. Look at the top of the Moderator
list and look for the nicknames of Owners.
When you see one of the room owners in a
chat room you can speak to them about becoming
a Mod. Do not ask to be a Moderator in room
where you see Mobert. Rooms that have Mobert
in them are managed by Chat-Web Server Administration.
As Chat-Web has thousand of visitors a day,
many of them want to be Moderators in these
server owned rooms. Very few people get
to become a Mod in server owned rooms. Those
who do get to become a Moderator in the
server owned room are usually friends with
a Server Administrator, so asking to be
a Moderator in a server owned room is generally
a waste of time. In most cases you will
just be ignored by the Administrator you
Q: Why are some nicknames
green and a “+” symbol is in
front of them?
with a “+” symbol in front of
them have SMV (Strict Moderation Voice).
SMV allows those people to talk in rooms
which are strictly Moderated. Rooms which
are Strictly Moderated do not allow anyone
without either Moderator status or SMV to
talk; few rooms are ever Strictly Moderated.
If a room is not strictly Moderated yet
some people still have the “+”
symbol in front of their names it usually
just means they are friends with a room
Moderator in that room; in this situation
SMV is useless other then for “Social
Status” on the chat server.
Q: Is advertising
other websites allowed?
A: You may
advertise your homepage, but ONLY if it
contains none of the following or links
to the following: pornographic images of
ANY kind, racism of ANY kind, chat or links
to other chat servers, hate sentiments,
harassing images and or text directed at
any person(s). If you are found to be in
violation of any of these you may be banned
from using the chat server.
Q: Why can’t
I see all the names in the nickname list?
A: This is
because you scrolled down the nickname list
while you were in a larger room. To fix
this problem simply go into a large room
such as TeenFlirt and scroll to the top
of the list.
Q: Can others see
into my p2p’s/privates messages?
NOT! None one, including the server staff,
have the ability to read any private messages
sent over the chat server.
Q: Who/What is Mobert?
is not a person. Mobert is a computer program
tasked with the Moderation of the chat server.
Mobert is programmed to kick/ban people
for a number of disruptive actions. These
actions include but are not limited to:
text/action/sound flooding, typing in ALL
CAPS, abusing/harassing others with foul
language, using offensive nicknames, typing
sentences which are too long and excessive
advertising. Keep in mind: Mobert is a machine
and like all machines is NOT perfect; it
does make mistakes sometimes and we are
constantly working to fix any and all errors
we become aware of. If you are kicked/banned
by Mobert for no reason we do apologize
for this and the ban will be lifted within
Q: What is a “K-Line”
A: A “K-line”
or “A-Kill” is a ban against
either a single person, group of people,
area or country which is placed due to any
number of reasons which include but are
not limited to: user harassment, mass-advertising,
spoofing, flooding, making threats and so
on. A K-line or A-Kill can last from 1 minute
to months depending on what the person who
is K-Lined has done.
Q: I was kicked for
no reason, or was not doing anything to
warrant a kick; what can I do?
A: That depends;
if the room is owned by an individual you
may try speaking to the room owner, but
aside from that, you cannot really do anything
about it. If you were kicked from a server
room (a room owned by the server which has
Mobert in it) you either reenter the room,
wait for the ban to be lifted (usually a
few minutes) and reenter the room, or if
you believe you are being harassed you may
visit the Help room and speak to an Administrator/Operator
about the problem.
If your question was not answered here in
the FAQ than please scroll to the top of
this page, enter a nickname and click the
"Connect" button. You will then
be taken to the Help room where someone
will be able to assit you. Additionally,
you may Email
us with your questions or concerns.