FAQs

Welcome to our FAQs page, your guide to Art Infliction site navigation.

To find the answer that you’re looking for, simply scan the page.

The questions are written in bold:

What is the goal of Art Infliction?  The goal of Art Infliction is to encourage others do what truly makes them happy via all of our various content.

When was Art Infliction established?  Art Infliction was established in 2014, but went through constant change 2015 through 2020 to eventually become the Art Infliction that it is today.

Who is the girl on the homepage? That’s Joy, our homepage model.

What’s The Nog?  The Nog is our mostly daily site news section.

What does Terms & Conditions entail?  That’s the section the clearly states for our (mostly first time) guest bloggers, content contributors and idea contributors the type of content and/or ideas that we don’t allow on/for this website.

Where is the Terms & Conditions page?  In this section via a subpage.

How did Art Infliction get its name? Art Infliction got its name from both Steve Kaycee’s love of art and his massive tattoo collection.

What are the Portal Of Preparation and The Continued Portal pages? Those pages are a two-part blog entry, in which Steve Kaycee offers career advice to anyone looking to be employed in the online working world.

Where are the Portal Of Preparation and The Continued Portal pages located? They are located on the site sidebar of the computer version of Art Infliction, as well as the fourth-highest widget from the site footer on the mobile version of Art Infliction.

Where is Steve Kaycee’s massive tattoo collection? It’s on a page called Tatt-A-Lanche.

Where are the blog entries?  They are in the While & After section via subpages.

Which subpages can I find the blog entries? You can find the blog entries on the pages Tats What’s Up!, G-Status, Kaycee And The Forefront, Steve Believes, Apps-A-Lutely, Extra Sessions, The Bonus Round, Sneak Leaks and Apps-A-Lutely. However, Tats What’s Up! is the only page that updates on a regular basis, whereas those other pages typically update sporadically.

Where can I find syndicated blog entries? You can find the syndicated blog entries on Inflindication, The Sports Vault, Fresh At The Time and Appchives.

What’s Roll Opinions? That’s our movie review section. Steve Kaycee is the only one with such a section within that section, but we totally encourage others to have their own sections within that section as well.

What’s Steve Kaycee’s section name in Roll Opinions? His section name in Roll Opinions is Mega Movie Package.

In addition to Tatt-A-Lanche, do you have other sections where I can see artwork? Yes, two pages of our community of artists, entitled Artists Community, as well as a page that showcases the artwork of others via websites, such as Instagram. That page is entitled External Galleries.

Do you have YouTube videos?  Yes, you can find them on our Tubin page.

What’s Entity Credits?  That’s the page where we give credit to every entity whose services that we use for hosting and commercialized purposes. Plus, that page has a subpage, entitled Unknown Entities.

Why is the logo a dog?  The logo is a dog, because Steve Kaycee has stated many times that his first beloved dog, Suzie, was his choice for the company mascot. So to honor that statement, Steve decided to have the dog be the logo. Plus, the tradition continues with his second beloved dog, Penny.

What’s Tattuary?  That’s our charitable foundation.

You make a mention of a site sidebar, but what can I do to see it in the event that I’m unable to see it on a mobile device? There is a difference between how the sidebar widgets for people who see this site on their computers, and their mobile devices. For people who see this site using their computers, you will find all the widgets on the site sidebar. However, that is not applicable to people who see this site using their mobile devices, as the appearances of the widgets are instead near and/or at the bottom of this site.

Why are there weird gaps on some of the pages?  The weird gaps are from when we changed our ad placement on this site. The ads break up the text on quite a few of the pages and because of that, you’ll find those weird gaps on the pages that don’t have the ads. Plus, there are times that the ads don’t show up on this site from time to time.

Is there an additional way to find subpages without all that cursor toggling?  Yes there is. Just simply go the Sub Access page on our main menu, as that page lists all of the subpage names in the form of hyperlinked words.

Do you have any Members Only content pages? Yes, we have seven. You can find them via FreeMium Content, our free premium content page. They are the following:

  1. Inflindication II
  2. Pile Of Reviews
  3. FReasons
  4. Unique Sports Feats, With A Side Of Satire
  5. The Deep End
  6. Yet To Be In The Deep End
  7. A Pile Of Perspective

Why are the six FreeMium Content pages completely blank compared to the rest of the Art Infliction pages? They are completely blank, due to how the Members Only features have been applied to each of them.

In addition to the Register page and six FreeMium Content pages, what else does the FreeMium Content section consist of? In addition to those six subpages, FreeMium Content also has a login subpage that you will be able to use after completing your membership registration, a user subpage that is completely optional to use, a members subpage that allows all FreeMium Content members to interact with one another, a password reset subpage that allows you to reset your password in the event that you lose/forget it, an account subpage that allows you to opt out of your FreeMium Content membership at anytime, and a logout subpage that will redirect you back to the homepage after you log out.

What happens if I go to the logout subpage while either being logged out or as a nonmember? You will be redirected back to the homepage via that capacity as well.

What’s A Heads Up!? That’s the What Comes Next subpage where we inform you all about Art Infliction sections that are slated for discontinuation.