No unfinished stories. Period.
There is no reason or excuse to post unfinished material on here. If you cannot use some form of word processor I am sorry, but we are NOT an internet notepad for your convenience. Every computer made since 2000 (at least) has come with some form of word processor like Notepad, Wordpad, Microsoft Word, etc. Hell, even phones have the ability to save documents like the iPhone's Notes app that comes with it.
If you signed up for an account and can post an incomplete page, then you had to provide an email for your account. Facebook users? Facebook needs an email, too. You can compose an email to yourself and keep that forever.
There is no feasible reason as to why you would need to post a half-finished, half-assed page when you can finish it and post it in its entirety at a later date.
Authors don't go out and publish 10% of their book, unformatted and not proofread, and tell you they will publish the rest later and neither should you.
If you do post an unfinished page, or seems like it, it will be subjected to deletion by an admin/RCaDC member. No if's, and's, or but's. If you do wish that your article will be appealed, please make a heading in the Deletion appeal with a heading of your story, and with a completed copy of it. If it's qualitative, then it will be accepted
If you choose to create a page devoid of content other than a notice of COMING SOON or IN PROGRESS, your page will be deleted the first minute of an admin/RCaDC member seeing this.
If you have a massive story and want to create actual suspense by posting entire chapters at a time, that should be fine provided these chapters are not a page long. I mean, something of 5,000 words or more that furthers an overall storyline.
DO NOT DO THIS
Do not use the excuse that it's part of a series that you are creating.
Users have written articles where the story has been cut off and the next page that they have loaded in was the continuation of the previous article. If you have done this, move the content from the second page to the first page and let an administrator know about this, and they will delete the second page.
If you wish to make a series out of your story, any part of the series must end correctly, so that any user may not feel like they are being left out on plot details.
In the event you write, upload, or transmit via any means a story, page, blog post, or article about a subject matter that is determined, at an admin's/RCaDC member's discretion, to be 1) in a highly clichéd genre/category/subject and 2) poorly written, clichéd, generic, or terrible in general, then the admin/RCaDC members are free at their discretion and leisure to delete the page at any time without warning or recourse on their part.
The admin, editors, and any members associated with this site are not and will never be responsible or liable for any loss of data or stories that happen on this site for any reason or in any manner they may occur. All content is licensed underexcept where otherwise noted.