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Favourite Forum Software?

Favourite Forum Software...


  • Total voters
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Austin

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#5
XenForo get's my vote :)

I'm still waiting on MyBB 2.0 to see what they will do to bring it up to date a bit.
 
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Tindris

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#7
My favourite used to be phpBB, but since joining adminforums I have moved over to Xenforo
 
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jacktheking

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#13
Only one vote for MyBB? I use both phpBB and MyBB in the past before. However, i feel that MyBB is better than phpBB. Although MyBB have lesser ''powerful'' plugin than phpBB but it have easy to control ACP.
 
Canadian Lover

Canadian Lover

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#14
My favourite forum software overall has been phpBB for a while now. I do like vBulletin's features and it definitely can do things phpBB can't but I am not rich and I cannot afford expensive software for a website that does not have a lot of traffic yet. It becomes justifiable when your site becomes profitable.
 
CodeMaster

CodeMaster

Community Team
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#15
My favorite forum software is MyBB, it's easy to code and work around, and it's easy for the staff and users to use.
 
beachdesign

beachdesign

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#18
Vbulletin, has been my favorite platform since I joined my first online community. None of the other platforms really cover the simplicity, and professionalism that vbulletin presents to it's users.
 
ViperDove

ViperDove

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#19
I prefer vbulletin and xenforo. They have better features than the other forums. And they load faster too.
 
RomanAnthonysMama

RomanAnthonysMama

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#20
I would have to go with vBulletin. I've never hosted my own forum, but I generally prefer it for use because it's so familiar to me. One of my most well-loved forums that I was a member of for a long time used vBulletin before they got too popular, so I got used to it and I really enjoyed the ease of use. Now that I belong to tons of different forums and message boards, I still prefer it because it's so familiar to me.
 
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