I think in short, if the site requires any sort of registration to view, don't post it here.
How about Php-Nuke themes, these take considerable time to create and design and i think are alot more complex then normal html sites as you need to code blocks for it and so forth
ok, PHPNuke is about the -----iest thing to configure. And if you make your own theme, then it should be applicable because you spent 3+ hours on it, and its YOURS, not a premade..
Seriously, you could just post your forum in here. at least a few people will see it before it gets deleted...
Believe me, people will try... I've seen it being done before..
Edit: Is it really so hard to make an extra, or sub-forum for people who want to show off their forum-sites? It only takes about 10 seconds to create...
Last edited by masters1.0; June 27th, 2005 at 11:25.
i say if you dont let other people post there websites and it has a forum you most not be that confident in your own forum. many sites have great offers and awsome things to do on it but if they have a forum no one here will ever know about it what if i put a forum in my signature will that get deleated ( if you arnt confident enoph in your own product why are you selling it ) thats a good quote compition is a good thing you can see whos better and i know you guys rock but lighten up!
not all forums are the same this is one of the easeyest ones i have ever used and most fun alot others are pointlessOriginally Posted by ozefrog
does this apply to all sites with logins?
if so what if we provide a username and password?
Just forums I think.
Life is very short, and there's no time for fussing and fighting my friend.
i think it should be allowed if you made the skin/themes/style yourself from SCRATCH.
If forum sites with non-custom designs aren't allowed, I think sites using premade templates shouldn't be allowed as well.
hey, i've got a question..
what if its a forum that you coded yourself, and wanted to know what people thought of the forum, ie;
Hi, i created phpBB, i was just wanting to know what you thought about it? Style wise as well as functuality please!
That is a darn good question. Lets hope for an answerOriginally Posted by T.M.
Full-service digital agency based in Scottsdale, Arizona - iBright Development
Yes, but then you would post the site where the forum is located for development (like: http://www.phpbb.com) instead of linking to the forum itself... that is if you aren't planning on using it for Beta Testing or other useless things like that.
Most are undeserving of mine and others' unlimited bandwidthOriginally Posted by college-student
All forums i hav encounted have been easy to use, afterall most of the popular ones such as vBulletin, IPB, PHPBB... look very similar. I agree that the freewebspace.net forums are ace, and actually have purpose, which is why i have been a member since 2001? and keep coming back...Originally Posted by veggie1232
So place have a dummy theme file setup somewhere and have people review THAT, not somebody else's forum.Originally Posted by T.M.
If that was the case then you should have the right to have your intellectual property reviewed.Originally Posted by T.M.