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    Best forum software?

    What is your favourite forum software?

    I like Woltlab burning board, and MyBB. I like the old 2X woltlab and 1.4 MyBB.

    What about you? Both have good security areas.

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    my favorite would be vbulletin...and that is the one i saw in many places...including this forum...

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    Free one is www.phpbb.com , but my choice is vbulletin.com
    Live chat software - chat with your web site visitors in real time.
    Internet web directory - list of top100 sites in diffrent category

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    New Coder twistedsoul's Avatar
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    mine would be invision power board

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    Regular Coder noneforit's Avatar
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    Ive only used PHPbb and it works great.

    Have heard good reviews and vbuletin thou

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    A nice open source forum software is Vanilla.

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    Hello,

    vBulletin is my favourite for the paid scripts and SMF for the free ones.

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    SMF, VBulletin and Vanilla depending on the Purpose

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    vBulletin. I've coded up several vBulletin sites for clients and never have an issue.

    The support for them is great too.


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