Re: What does this mean?
In headlines, titles and other places where a full sentence isn't absolutely necessary, you will see this kind of construction.
An advert for a restaurant might start "Feeling Hungry?" Of course, it means "Are you feeling hungry?"
A document helping you to fix your computer could start "Computer viruses driving you crazy?" This means "Are computer viruses driving you crazy?"
At a nightclub in my town, there is a permanent sign outside reading "Wanna boogie?!" This means "Do you want to boogie?" or "Do you want to dance?"
Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.