I am asking just a question, I want to create forum site, Please share your opinion nowadays which is the Best software for creating hosting forum site?????????????????????????????????????????????? ?????????????
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Re: Best software for creating hosting forum
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i am new user. so,Please share your opinion nowadays which is the Best software for creating hosting forum site?and also tell some stratdgy to increase traffic on my website.
i have tried few as my friends suggested me.
these ones:- Directory Submission
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I will highly recommend vBulletin. It is a great platform and comes with smart and easy customizations. Additionally, it comes with a lot of customizable design templates for users to choose from. There are a few others in the market like phpbb, Simple Machines Forum and more. You can check those too, to see which suits you better.
not used any software for forum creation before but i do use hpage for creating free website with this builder and it seems easy to use. and The good news is you don’t have to be a master business website builder to create your business website, and not every start-up can afford to spend money on a shiny, new website. You can use a free easy to use simple website builder to give your company a digital presence with all the basic tools you need to get up-and-running. I Can easily build website with hpage.
Was using phpBB, but then there was a lot of issues, security issues, then I moved to SMF.. and for many years I use SMF now. It's free, plenty plugins, templates, etc. they have a good community for help.
There are lot of traditional forum softwares, but among all of them, I would choose the three most reliable: phpBB, vBulletin, and Discourse. It’s simple to use and has a neat and simple design. Finally it all depends on your need and budget, you can validate these softwares and pick one that suits.
MyBB is a free, open source and powerful forum software written in PHP language and uses MariaDB to store their data. It provides lots of features such as support of various plugins, widget support, customizable themes and many more. MyBB have very very large plugin support list.
The main one nowadays that doesn't feel like something from 2002 is Discourse. Its free, open source and has a pretty good community and support.
I know it supports markdown and I'm fairy sure it has BBcode support too (though I would highly suggest you use markdown instead). Discourse does run on ruby though, which may not perfect for everyone