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7y, 1w agoPosted 7 years, 1 week ago
Can anyone recommend a good free message board / forum provider whereby one can create a forum of their own, which can then be used on a website (or at least, linked to the site in question?)

If i remember correctly, they're using 1and1 to host the site, does 1and1 come with such software, or will they need ot go via 3rd party?
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7y, 1w agoPosted 7 years, 1 week ago
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Not quite sure if it's what you're after, but are Bravenet still around?
I used them a few years ago to provide stats and generate a forum for my website, and it was all free.I think they've changed name now, but may be worth a look? :thumbsup:
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HAL2000
Not quite sure if it's what you're after, but are Bravenet still around?
I used them a few years ago to provide stats and generate a forum for my website, and it was all free.I think they've changed name now, but may be worth a look? :thumbsup:


Dunno if you've heard about Sunderland City of Adelaide but the site as it is, just isnt working (its more of a history site then a campaign one!)

They wanna add a forum/message board where people can come and post (without registering perhaps) and give their views/opinions on all things Adelaide?
#3
Dunno what these are like:

http://www.proboards.com/

Maybe Roger at readytogo.net might let you have a sub-forum on there, not ideal I know.
#4
It sounds like you've already got a website host and just need the forum software. There are loads availible, phpBB is probably the most popular free one.
#5
forumotion.com
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belch
Dunno what these are like:

http://www.proboards.com/

Maybe Roger at readytogo.net might let you have a sub-forum on there, not ideal I know.


EndlessWaves
It sounds like you've already got a website host and just need the forum software. There are loads availible, phpBB is probably the most popular free one.


Yep Proboards do the job nicely if the host won't allow phpBB :thumbsup:

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