Good Internet manners include not typing in all caps, checking messages for misspellings before sending them and never forwarding private messages to others. Typing in all caps on the Internet is considered shouting and can be offensive when used on forums and message boards.
It is important to remember that people on the Internet cannot hear tone of voice or see expression, so sarcasm is often lost or received poorly over the Internet. This is why it is important to use clear and understandable writing, according to Edutopia.
Reputation.com says that the golden rule in the real world still applies online as well: People should treat others the way that they want to be treated. Although it's often hard to make a connection with someone over the Internet, there is a person on the other side of the computer with feelings that can be hurt. Cyberbullying is a problem on the Internet not only for kids and teens but also adults. Sometimes cyberbullying cases can lead to tragic consequences.
People should never write anything on the Internet that isn't appropriate to say face to face with someone. Oftentimes, people use fake names when posting on the Internet and believe that this gives them the right to say whatever they want. Reputation.com suggests that a good way for people to avoid this is to always post things under their true names.