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    Hi, I'm interested in having a forum under different pages on my site. I've used vbulletin for a few years as a user on a site and it's smooth. my host currently has phpbb included and i've been testing it out on a local lamp server on my lan.

    i'm wondering if there's a chart of features somewhere, maybe i can make a better decision before getting involved in one system or the other before knowing with which i'll stay.

    -j.

    (just added a screenshot of what i mean by forum under pages)
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    Last edited by j-unplugged; Wed 17 May '06, 7:31am.

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    The vB3 feature list can be viewed on the main vBulletin.com site, http://www.vbulletin.com/features.php

    If you would like to try out the features you can set one up for your own use from this page: (the demo automatically expires after 24 hours)
    http://www.vbulletin.com/admindemo.php

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    • #3
      thanks for quick reply. i'm not so sure i need to stuff my own page at the top of a forum anymore. I think i'll just use a banner to point to my own page.

      i'll be looking to see if that is a feature or something i'll have to configure on my own in php.

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      • #4
        Hi,

        For reference, you can use forummatrix.org to compare various forum software

        For example, to compare phpBB and vBulletin features, check:

        http://www.forummatrix.org/compare/phpBB+vBulletin

        However, you should be aware that the feature list for all software listed on the site may not be 100% up to date

        Thanks,
        Alan.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by j-unplugged View Post
          thanks for quick reply.
          In the year since you started this thread, vBulletin 3.6 has been released.

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