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    I have a SMF forum at the moment. Wondering about converting it over, or should that read, getting someone to convert it over. I expect to pay, thats not a problem. Just thinking about it at the moment though.

    Would one of the senior members / developers be interested in doing it. I would also want the mod for thumbnails as topics added to it. There might also be some changes to the theme. I have a hosting service with full support and database with Mysql or what ever it is

    So if anyone is interested in the project, please let me know in PM or email [email protected] and I can let you see what I'm after. Once is set up, I'm fine and run the SMF forum no problem in the admins panel. Its getting there thats the hard part

    Thanks for your time.


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    Please note that it is against the rules to solicit paid services on these forums:
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    • #3
      Aww heck, sorry Steve. I would have thought that buying the software from you guy's and asking for help would be ok mate. Paid help if someone is not capable of doing it themselves, with themes and mods.

      Obviously not, in which case I'll move along. Sorry.



      • #4
        You can ask over at in their paid services forum and someone may be able to help? - Everything Copier , Printer, Fax


        • #5
          Thanks for that and will do. BTW, thats a much better answer and does this site more good than bad. I have two forums actually, but want to convert one first. With help like that, they may get two sales here yet. With the first response, they would get none.

          All the best and thanks.



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