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Favourite Forum Software?

Discussion in 'Talkish Lounge' started by Tornado, Jul 26, 2016.

  1. Tornado New Member

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    What's your favourite forum software? For free mine would be MyBB and phpBB, paid would be (by far) xenForo. They have the most features and I generally just like the structure.
     
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    I have been using phpBB for my forum and it has been great! I cannot fault it. You can navigate yourself around the ACP without any hassle. I like the general look of the forum software too. I also love the fact that the software is a free software compared some other's board software's that are paid! Overall, I think phpBB is the way to go when you own a forum!
     
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    Phpbb free forum software and Burning Board paid software. Burning Boards is very neat and fancy.
     
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    I like MyBB. It is nice free and is definitely the best of the free software's. Phpbb is alright, too, but MyBB seems more intuitive overall. I haven't used Zenforo for my own forums, but I am on a lot of forums that do use it and have heard lots of positive things about it.
     
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  5. Florin Hangu New Member

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    I have tried many forums board. I would say, as paied forums software, greatest are IPB and Burning Board.

    And as free ones, try Flarum(ssh access only), myBB or even FluxBB, they are really cool.

    There are many in there, such as ElkArte, or FlaskBB...
     
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