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Administrators, Supermods; Moderators and Supervisors. I can't see the difference? Is there a difference as to what they can do, moving/locking wise? I do realize that Admins are the run the site, but what is the difference between the others. Thanks in advance. My aplogies if this is an obvious question, or has been posted before.
From what I can tell, at least in the case of "Moderators" and "Supermods" is that it's sort of a "rank" system; the Supermods (in light blue) are the ones that oversee each larger section of the site, and the Moderators (in green) work underneath them, on specific areas of those larger sections.
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That should give you a pretty good idea. Mods are assigned responsibilities to certain sections in a forum - for example, I have Chaos, Dark Eldar, and Tyranids in the 40K forum. Above each mod is a Supermod that patrols the entire forum, and is the person the Mods report to if they have issues. To continue my example, I would report to Toastee, since he's the 40K Supermod.
Supervisors are one rank up, and are responsible for all sections of the site.
Administrators are the people who actually run the site - they're in charge of most of the coding and new features that you happen to see every so often.
It's a pretty down and dirty summary of how it works, but it should give you a good idea of how the different moderators work to keep the site running.