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hi im new and want to make a php forum but dont no wher to start lol plz help


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#1 Guest_keiron_*

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Posted 30 June 2006 - 08:03 PM

::)hi wondering if any of you could help me,i dont no much about php but i would like to find out so if you could tell me wher i could go to get  a php forum that would be much appreciated with thanks in advance keiron  ;D

#2 gijew

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Posted 30 June 2006 - 08:05 PM

Look at the copyright link at the bottom of these forums, lol.

http://www.simplemachines.org/ or you can go to http://www.phpbb.com/

I'm not familiar with this new forum (I've been away for a bit) but I know Senor PHPFreak isn't going to put crap forum software up here.
I'm considered good looking in some countries

#3 Guest_keiron_*

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Posted 30 June 2006 - 08:06 PM

wow ok thank you mate very quick response lol buit thank you anyway


#4 Guest_keiron_*

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Posted 30 June 2006 - 08:20 PM

ok ive downloaded the zip file of the 1st site you gave me and its come out with

1,attachments  /folder
2,avatars        /folder
3,packages      /folder
4,smileys        /folder
5,sources        /folder
6,themes        /folder
7,agreement.txt
8,changelog the mes.txt
9, changelog.txt
10,index.php                /cant open
11,install.php                /cant open
12,license.txt
13,news_readme.html
14,readme.txt
15,settings.php            /cant open
16,settings_bak.php      /cant open
17,smf_1-0.sql
18,ssi.php                      /cant open
19,ssi_example.php      /cant open
20,ssi_example.shtml



lol sorry all but thats what this forums about HELP isnt it hehe

thank you all very much  ;D ;D :D


#5 Koobi

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Posted 30 June 2006 - 08:24 PM

i'm moving this from the PHP Help to the Miscellaneous section.

i suggest you read the readme.txt for instructions. it would probably be more accurate and better detailed than most of us would care to explain when instructions are already available :)

have a look at it, and if there's something specific you don't understand, let us know.




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