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    Discussion Forums & Votes.

    I'm currently working on adding a discussion forum to my web site, and I was wondering what would be the best software to use in creating this forum? I can't fully afford a web designer as of yet, but I would be willing to offer plugs if anyone would like to donate assistance. Otherwise, if someone could walk me through it. I'd really like to learn as much as I can.

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    Leftie Linux Lover the_JinX's Avatar
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    phpBB ( phpbb.sf.net )

    Realy easy and versatile...
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    There are a couple of free, easy to setup prefab forum- and voting systems available. If you're running a webserver with php and mysql, you could take a look here, for instance.
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    my web hosting company is FatCow

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    It looks like they support ASP if you want to give ASP a try there are several free discussion group programs at http://www.asp101.com and http://www.aspfree.com
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    check out hotscripts.com
    it has several good bulletin board scripts in asp, php, cgi, etc...
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    For PHP, try this site:

    http://php.resourceindex.com/Complet...ssage_Systems/

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    As mmelby said, you could also give Microsoft's forum a go:

    http://www.asp.net/Forums/default.as...1&tabid=39

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